Eduard Lebedyuk · Apr 21, 2021 1m read

Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V in IRIS Terminal

It's possible to enable Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V in IRIS Terminal for Windows.

To do that, open Terminal and select Edit > User Settings and enable Windows edit accelerators. This setting specifies whether the Terminal enables the common Windows edit shortcuts (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Shift+V), in addition to the basic Terminal edit shortcuts (Ctrl+Insert and Shift+Insert).

After that Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V would work.

Also <SYNTAX> errors after incorrect copy/paste go away.


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How do you interrupt a running process?

<ctrl>+C doesn't work anymore   . 
I had to kill terminal or process

I'll step back

Indeed !  this works as expected!
I'm in again

Great hint! 
Up to now I just used select text >  right click "copy + paste"