On Tue, 5 Nov 2013 09:50:25 +0700
"Urmas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Actually, WordStar had different Ctrl+key functions than Word. Yes,
today, Ctrl+J is a shortcut for Justify, but back in the WordStar
days, Ctrl+J did something different...
If it worked in Microsoft Word, how the hell it was 'captured' and
'unavailable' for Wordstar, whatever function it had?
Simple. The evil machinations of Microsoft.
They've done similar many times. Like making Windows 3.1 report false
errors on versions of DOS other than MS DOS.
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