On 10 August 2017 at 16:49, Gene Heskett <ghesk...@shentel.net> wrote:

> I thought, if I could do something about the lack of being able to
> position the cursor in the MDI box with anything but the mouse or the
> backspace key when the cursor is in the box, or that when using the
> uparrow to select a command from the history list, and have focus in the
> MDI box as opposed to haveing to move the focus from the history window
> to the MDI box by the mouse click.  This does not work anything like the
> x86 versions of LinuxCNC.

I have tested with x86 with both the 2.6 release and current master
and as far as I can tell the arrow keys have _never_ moved the cursor
left and right in the MDI window.


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