More 2004 strangeness?


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    More 2004 strangeness?


    I needed to use PowerShell on one of my PCs this morning for the first time since installing 2004. When I opened it, I saw that the usual backslashes (\) had been replaced by the Japanese yen () mark.

    More 2004 strangeness?-powershell.png

    Not only that, shows when I type \ on the keyboard in PowerShell. This doesn't happen anywhere else. Only in PowerShell on that PC. PowerShell commands operate as they should. Running Get-WinUserLanguageList shows only US English as the set language. Any ideas what could be wrong?

    EDIT: All fixed now. The problem was apparently in the shortcut. I created and configured a new one to match the proper PowerShell window in another PC.
    Last edited by larc919; 01 Jul 2020 at 15:07.
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