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Cut Copy Paste still does not work in your shells decades later.
11/11/2013 5:06:06 PM
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I am no longer polite about this. Please do the following:
1) Make Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V work in your goddamned shells.
2) Publish the stupid steps required.
This is no longer funny. Just grow up and support common UI standards in your products.
If your answer is "Enable Quickedit mode", just go f..k yourself. If you are not able to bend enough for that, send me your address and I will come over and just punch you in the face instead. I am willing to fly to Seattle to do this.
How often does this happen?
Have you seen this problem before in this product?
Yes, this happens in all previous versions
1) Copy something from a website like stack exchange.
2) Go to any MS shell, including the "modern" PowerShell.
4) This does not work. You have to do stupid shit with mouse clicks instead and then you start doing that outside the shell in its a giant fustercluck of time wasting.
5) Report his obvious bug. Still no fix.
6) Keep reporting the bug until MS becomes irrelevant and you no longer use their stupid tools.
In what universe is this acceptable UI? How did this crap get by your QA team? What product manager signs off on shipping this rubbish? How do you expect to remain relevant when all your major competitors do not suck like this? Apple has had a shell with full edit and history and persistence beyond sessions since the late 80's.
Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V should just work. Ctrl-Z would be polite to support as well.
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