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    Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more

    v0.8 of the command line app is available starting today.
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    Re: Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more



    I don't post often, if ever, but this requires it...

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    Re: Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more

    Well, no one needs the "retro-style CRT effects", but if anyone is under the delusion that the mouse is the most efficient input tool, then they're sorely mistaken. Personally, I believe this is one of the better projects Microsoft has undertaken of late, although how much more useful it'll be compared to e.g. TCC is still unclear.

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    Re: Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more

    When they said retro CRT I thought green/black but it seems they're not that retro!

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    Re: Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Well, no one needs the "retro-style CRT effects", but if anyone is under the delusion that the mouse is the most efficient input tool, then they're sorely mistaken. Personally, I believe this is one of the better projects Microsoft has undertaken of late, although how much more useful it'll be compared to e.g. TCC is still unclear.
    One of the things I hate is the gradual removal of keyboard shortcuts in favour of clicking buttons. It's so slow...

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    Re: Windows Terminal updated with Retro-style CRT effects and more

    The PR bunnies don't believe in keyboard shortcuts. New ICT/users couldn't keep up with the old experienced ICT/users so they had to get rid of keyboard shortcuts to prove the oldies were less productive.

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