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  • JRV you are not a good moderator. People don't come here with no problems, and you are still misunderstanding the issue, which I myself am also having.

    1. Write some text in ISE.
    2. Select some or all of that text.
    3. Press CTRL+X.

    Expect:
    Selected text should be copied to clipboard, and removed from the text editor (note the file would not be affected either way unless Save was invoked).

    Actual:
    Text is copied to clipboard, but remains visible in the editor (in the same way that a "copy" command would operate).


    • Edited by Neil Barnwell Saturday, April 28, 2018 11:37 AM
    • Split by jrv Saturday, April 28, 2018 8:25 PM Not resposive to answered topic
    Saturday, April 28, 2018 11:36 AM

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  • JRV you are not a good moderator. People don't come here with no problems, and you are still misunderstanding the issue, which I myself am also having.

    1. Write some text in ISE.
    2. Select some or all of that text.
    3. Press CTRL+X.

    Expect:
    Selected text should be copied to clipboard, and removed from the text editor (note the file would not be affected either way unless Save was invoked).

    Actual:
    Text is copied to clipboard, but remains visible in the editor (in the same way that a "copy" command would operate).


    That is not how the ISE editor works for any of us.  If it fails then you have system issues.

    I have never seen any ISE version that does what you claim.

    The OP that posted this marked it as an answer.  Perhaps you need to do more testing.

     


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    Saturday, April 28, 2018 8:23 PM