You are correct, in WordStar I was Control-K + C for copy, Control-K + V
for move block.? In Windows it's Control-C for copy and Control-V for
I was wrong about control P, that is print in windows.
Sorry, my memory is going.
In my defense its still C for copy and V for paste in both.
On 9/28/2021 7:16 PM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
On 9/28/21 4:46 PM, Mike Katz wrote:
Control-C, Control-X & Control-P for copy,
cut and paste in Windows 11
dates back to Wordstar on 8-Bit CPM systems in the 80s.
Are you certain about
Ctrl-C = Page down
Ctrl-X = Line down
Ctrl-P = not on WS
One way to remember this is to look at the keyboard and visualize a
"diamond" of keys; center is S and D for character left and right,
Below is X for line down, above is E for line up.
Similarly, next to X you have C, for page down, Next to E is R, for page up.
And so on...