Output, Console & HotKey

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Output, Console & HotKey

Post by ndereg » Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:47 pm

I noticed when I drag the Output Layout to the right so it merges with the editor, anytime I run my script it resets the layout and maximizes the Output Layout over the Editor and Console. However, If I place the Console on the right and Output pane on the bottom this issue doesn't happen. I'm also not sure how to change the hotkey's so my F5 can instead become the Ctrl + F8 since I don't care to Debug every time I want to run my script. Lastly, I mostly used PowerShell ISE and the IntelliSense was great even in the console panel, however the PowerShell Studio 2017 Console panel acts as regular PowerShell and wanted to know if that can be changed.

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Re: Output, Console & HotKey

Post by DevinL » Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:54 pm

This is a bit of a loaded question but I'll do my best to answer all of it:

1) Can you verify you don't have Auto Layout enabled? Usually with this enabled the behavior you're describing will occur:
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2) Currently, we don't support custom Hotkeys in PowerShell Studio. Whatever the key is for a specific action, that's the only shortcut we have enabled at the moment.

3) If you're wanting some Intellisense in the console you need only check the "Enable enhanced console input" option in File -> Options -> Console:
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