Does Ctrl-c not work to stop a running command in the console? It seems that it doesn't kill commands for me. I'm actually using consle2 to run a PowerShell session and if I use a cmdlet that requires a parameter without filling in the parameter, it will prompt me for the parameters. Stanard PowerShell, but if I want to press ctrl-c to braek out of the command, it doesn't let me
I second this question.
Ctrl-c worked for me for a long time.
I'm not sure if it stopped working when I switched computers (and re-installed a later version) or if I accidentally tweaked a setting.
Console nicely plugs a hole in windows. Yet I'd like ctr-c back. On more than one occasion i've kicked off a build then remembered I forgot something and want to cancel it. Without ctrl-c I need to go to the task manager, kill the process, etc..
Are you sure that Ctrl+C is not mapped to Copy selection in .
In my version if I clear that mapping the Ctrl+C touch is working like normal.
d'oh! Good call. That worked haha.
I have build a new version of Console-devel 2.0b148b available at:
Where you can test a new way to bind the interrupt command to e.g.: Ctrl+I and get a way to have access to the the interrupt command and keep your binding with Ctrl+C for the Copy selection command.
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