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    Can you easily resize it? This was always a massive pain point back when I used Windows. A good second place was the idiosyncratic copying of text (“block mode” rather than “line mode”).

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      Yori is a shell, not a terminal emulator. Asking if it can be resized is like asking if bash can be resized; bash doesn’t care one way or the other, it’s substantially involved.

      The Windows console has supported click and drag resizing since Windows 10. There’s also an option for line mode selection rather than block mode selection with the console in Windows 10. Selection is a bit messy though because Yori also implements its own selection in order to facilitate rich text copy, and that selection currently only supports block mode. I was waiting to see if this is something people cared about before going to the effort of supporting both modes.

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        Oh right. Since cmd.exe handles both the shell and terminal parts it’s easy to confuse the two ;-)

        Nice to see Windows 10 got some of those features.

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          cmd actually doesn’t; the Win32 subsystem used to handle console windows directly. Since Windows 7, they split that out into a new process called conhost.

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            Ah, okay. I probably shouldn’t comment on things I don’t know too much about 🤦

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      Have to say I’m a fan - it’s rare that I approach programmers who look at Windows and its APIs at a low level like the way you do.