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accepted How do I modify an environment variable with special characters?
May
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accepted What's the default value of %PROMPT% in Windows 7?
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comment How do I modify an environment variable with special characters?
Do the special code substitutes work for other environment variables?
May
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comment How do I modify an environment variable with special characters?
Note that this problem can be worked around b using $G instead of > in the prompt. Type prompt /? to see all the options.
May
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comment What's the default value of %PROMPT% in Windows 7?
Thanks, updated question.
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asked What's the default value of %PROMPT% in Windows 7?
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revised How do I modify an environment variable with special characters?
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asked How do I modify an environment variable with special characters?
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accepted How to expand a directory under Favorites in Windows Explorer sidebar
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accepted Can I customize the color scheme in PowerShell?
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revised How to expand a directory under Favorites in Windows Explorer sidebar
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revised How to expand a directory under Favorites in Windows Explorer sidebar
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asked How to expand a directory under Favorites in Windows Explorer sidebar
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accepted NTFS-3G: Using user mapping, all files become executable after boot to Windows
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comment NTFS-3G: Using user mapping, all files become executable after boot to Windows
So at this point, I should just fix the permissions to how I want them, and they'll stay?
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revised Why does the elevated command prompt end with a “>” (greater than) instead of “\” (backslash)?
fix some formatting
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suggested approved edit on Why does the elevated command prompt end with a “>” (greater than) instead of “\” (backslash)?