There may be a few other suggestions about this already, but I couldn't find one that fit perfectly.
I would like the powershell console to be replaced. It's a tragedy that a new command-line shell still uses the old conhost.exe/command/cmd console. I would like the ability to:
- Resize windows (width)
- Mouse select. You can select, but it should mark the text, not blocks. Now when i want to copy a command I wrote, I need to select ex. two rows, copy to notepad, remove shell prompt (PS >) and linebreaks to get my command. This is way to hard.
- Copy, cut and paste using CTRL+C, CTRL+X and CTRL+V.
- As far as I know it isn't full customizable from the script. Ex. to set colors or width of console, you need to enter Properties for the console windows or edit the properties in the shortcut.
Powershell ISE already has most of this in it's console, so why doesn't the powershell console have it? This is like having a sports car only to drive it in 5mph.