On 11/5/13 5:44 PM, Urmas wrote:
Microsoft, as the developers of the
OS, put code in their OS to capture the Ctrl+J key combination, and not
pass it on to the foreground application. However, they also put in
code to allow an application to request that the key combination be
passed on, code that most people, including the developers of WordStar,
Or, alternatively, Microsoft, as the developers of the OS, put code in
to detect a running copy of WordStar, and hide the Ctrl+J key
combination from it.
I'm not saying they did any of this,
So you've just made that malarkey up? Wow.
It may be true for Wordstar, and it may not be. MS lost a lot of court
cases because of actions like this. Geoworks is one case I know of.
Geoworks won the battle in court, but the war was over.
So, I never trust companies that I know have broken various policies, as
Facebook and Google have done.
Mac OS X 10.8.5
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