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Re: True definition of "locked in"

>Though ctrl+v now works in cmd, that's a bonus (though, that could be in 8, I never tried).

Christ, can you select text properly, iow per line ? Because if you cannot, it's the incorrect solution ... what was wrong with Ctrl+insert/Shift+insert ? Yes, it took a while getting used to it ... and ... every time I had not touched it in a while I would get confused ... text selection is much more important, I think.

Have they fixed tab completion ? TAB completion deletes everything after the TAB ... annoying ... TAB completion iterates over all potential candidates, not useful when you have 600+ files with a prefix ... how hard can it be to stop where multiple candidates are available ... like on *nix.

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