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Laboratório 1, da disciplina de Sistemas Embarcados - ELF74

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Allow right-click paste inside the debug console

Just to confirm, is this the expected behaviour, or is the idea that it would overwrite the input field, instead of appending the pasted text to what's already there?

https://i.gyazo.com/f1cfe66ae6ad3ec7718c308c1c702d11.gif

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That's what I had in mind.

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Event viewer spam and high cpu usage caused by Microsoft Account and Github authentication

The extension doesn't know how many windows are open, so it will also poll in the 1 window case.

@sandy081 What determines whether a built-in extension appears when querying @builtin in the extensions viewlet? The "GitHub Authentication" extension shows up there but not "Microsoft Authentication"

@RMacfarlane In 1.45 it was possible to disable, this issue was introduced in 1.46.

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issue openedmicrosoft/vscode

Allow right-click paste inside the debug console

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  • VSCode Version: 1.46

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Open the debug debug console
  2. Right-click inside the console view

There should be an option to paste text. Currently, pasting is only allowed when right-clicking the very narrow text input area.

The debug console should be more similar to the terminal, which allows for right-click pasting anywhere.

Does this issue occur when all extensions are disabled?: Yes/No

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Event viewer spam and high cpu usage caused by Microsoft Account and Github authentication

@RMacfarlane This is reproducible even with only 1 window open.

And there should be a way to disable it lest having to delete the authentication extension folder. In previous versions it was possible to disable the "Microsoft Authentication" extension so that the CPU usage would not be an issue.

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Allow for views to be split horizontally

Other tools, like like JetBrains' WebStorm provide much more flexible layout options:

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issue openedmicrosoft/vscode

Allow for views to be split horizontally

Currently, tabs can be split vertically and horizontally, but with version 1.46, view can only be split vertically.

VS Code should allow views to be split horizontally as well.

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Disable account authentication features

The only way to disable the microsoft account authentication feature is by downgrading to 1.45, or by manually deleting the microsoft-account folder located at %localappdata%\Programs\Microsoft VS Code\resources\app\extensions

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issue openedmicrosoft/vscode

Disable account authentication features

Users should be able to disable the account authentication features. With 1.46, microsoft does not allow the Microsoft Account extension to be disabled.

There is also a useless and annoying Accounts icon showing in the sidebar. That icon also cannot be disabled.

  • VSCode Version: 1.46 Does this issue occur when all extensions are disabled?: Yes/No

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode

Event viewer spam and high cpu usage caused by Microsoft Account and Github authentication

This issue has not been address, and now with 1.46 I cannot disable the Microsoft Account extension.

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issue commentlukesampson/scoop-extras

[Request] Snipaste

https://scoop-docs.now.sh/apps/?query=snipaste

https://github.com/lukesampson/scoop-extras/blob/master/bucket/snipaste.json

Thanks! But the scoop version is outdated. How can I fix it?

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issue openedlukesampson/scoop-extras

[Request] Snipaste

Request:

Snipaste

Description:

Snipaste offers powerful yet easy-to-use snipping, pasting and image annotating functionalities. It is highly customizable to fit all your needs.

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issue openedmicrosoft/vscode

Event viewer spam and high cpu usage caused by Microsoft Account and Github authentication

I'm seeing a large number of security events on Event viewer:

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Looking at the logs for these events, it seems to be caused by vscode:

 <Data Name="TargetName">vscode-github.login/account</Data> 
<Data Name="TargetName">vscode-microsoft.login/account</Data> 

When I turned off the Microsoft Account and GitHub Authentication extensions, the problems seems to go away.

Is this expected behavior? It seems that vs code keeps polling the windows credential manager entries, and this causes an increase in cpu usage, and it also fills up the event viewer.


I have attached a log of one of the events:

- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
  <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing" Guid="{54849625-5478-4994-a5ba-3e3b0328c30d}" /> 
  <EventID>5379</EventID> 
  <Version>0</Version> 
  <Level>0</Level> 
  <Task>13824</Task> 
  <Opcode>0</Opcode> 
  <Keywords>0x8020000000000000</Keywords> 
  <TimeCreated SystemTime="2020-05-21T15:12:13.363954300Z" /> 
  <EventRecordID>1349115</EventRecordID> 
  <Correlation ActivityID="{13941836-2f0c-0002-fe18-94130c2fd601}" /> 
  <Execution ProcessID="904" ThreadID="208" /> 
  <Channel>Security</Channel> 
  <Computer>serenity</Computer> 
  <Security /> 
  </System>
- <EventData>
  <Data Name="SubjectUserSid"></Data> 
  <Data Name="SubjectUserName">phg</Data> 
  <Data Name="SubjectDomainName">SERENITY</Data> 
  <Data Name="SubjectLogonId">0xcd6232</Data> 
  <Data Name="TargetName">vscode-github.login/account</Data> 
  <Data Name="Type">1</Data> 
  <Data Name="CountOfCredentialsReturned">1</Data> 
  <Data Name="ReadOperation">%%8099</Data> 
  <Data Name="ReturnCode">3221226021</Data> 
  <Data Name="ProcessCreationTime">2020-05-21T15:11:39.919121900Z</Data> 
  <Data Name="ClientProcessId">15608</Data> 
  </EventData>
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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Azure Cloud Shell should not be available by default since I haven't installed it, haven't requested it

The intent was always to make it removable, or even non-default, but v1 is shipping the way that it is shipping.

Can't speculate on intentions, only on facts and the fact is that this Terminal app is shipping with an Azure ad as default that can't be disabled, and it is disgusting.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Windows Terminal takes longer than windows console and longer than other apps that need to load instantaneously

It is the direction Windows is moving in, so its not like it looks like UWP, but Windows is moving towards that UI everywhere.

Well, I can't really do anything about that other than to give feedback as I am doing, and avoiding Windows updates and eventually moving out of the Windows platform.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Windows Terminal takes longer than windows console and longer than other apps that need to load instantaneously

To be technically correct - the Terminal is a Win32 application that's using Xaml Islands to host UWP XAML content in it's window, and is (typically) run as a packaged application.

The lines between what constitutes a "UWP" and a "Win32" application are becoming more and more blurred every day, and the Terminal is a great example of a hybrid application that can utilize both technologies.

It looks and feels like a UWP app though. Maybe that's the problem.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

Teams UI kind of sucks, office has gotten much worse in recent times - it used to be more compact, and windows terminal also sucks. I won't really comment on Spotify. But at least teams and Spotify both provide a zoom option that affects the entire UI. AFAIK both terminal and office do not provide that option.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

@zadjii-msft Yes, #5911 is the issue. It would be interesting to have one setting to force the entire scaling as well. This is really important for me, and Windows Terminal, as all well as any other UWP app, can't be used without it.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

I did not realise you were comparing scaled UI to 100% dpi UI.

Yes, but at 100% DPI everything else on windows is then too small. Currently, my choice is to break everything else, or to break UWP apps and run Chrome with the scaling flag.

That's why I avoid UWP apps. Is there a way to change the Terminal UI scaling only, without affecting the rest of the OS, or should I not use Windows Terminal instead?

I really don't think this issue should be closed.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

And as a side note, for Microsoft Edge, making the UI smaller or giving users to option to change the scaling is in actually in discussion.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

You chose not to compare the Titlebar with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, despite the tabs being in the titlebar...

  1. That's not how chrome looks like on my computer, and as far as I know, for lots of people as well, search for discussions about the flag /force-device-scale-factor=1. On a 15 inch, fullhd notebook display, which is configured by default to run at 125% scaling, UWP apps look odd, and Chromium based browsers look giant as well without the flags.
  2. Chrome usually runs maximized. Terminal doesn't. When chrome is maximized, the tabs gets smaller.
  3. You're right, Terminal is indeed shorter than these browsers when they aren't maximized, and when they aren't launched with the flags /force-device-scale-factor=1.

I've attached a screenshot comparing Chrome on my machine with windows terminal.

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I've also attached a comparison with windows explorer, chrome with the flag, and terminal. image

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Windows Terminal takes longer than windows console and longer than other apps that need to load instantaneously

and the Terminal needs to stand up a XAML stack

XAML stack means UWP?

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

@zadjii-msft And it's not a dupe of #1375 insofar as that issue seems like a ignore dump of complaints about terminal. None of the issues mentions the titlebar height and scaling, and this is also not acknowledged in there as well.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

to force the Terminal to use a standard windows titlebar.

The problem is not about whether or not it has tabs. The problem is that the tabs make the titlebar frame larger and it looks odd. If it had tabs, but with a smaller titlebar frame, and with a smaller default window size, it would absolutely not be a problem.

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issue commentmicrosoft/terminal

Azure Cloud Shell should not be available by default since I haven't installed it, haven't requested it

Maybe we should frame this as a feature request for an AdBlocker for Windows Terminal?

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issue openedmicrosoft/terminal

Azure Cloud Shell should not be available by default since I haven't installed it, haven't requested it

Steps to reproduce

  1. Launch Windows Terminal
  2. Click the arrow to see available environments.

Expected behavior

I have installed in my machine:

  • CMD
  • Powershell
  • Ubuntu

I have not installed or configured, or used, or even knew it existed:

  • Azure Cloud Shell

While it could be an interesting service if I had found out about it in another place, I really hate it because it feels like Microsoft inserted an Ad into my terminal.

I don't want ads on my terminal.

Actual behavior

Windows Terminal should not display the Azure Cloud Shell item if I don't use Azure Cloud Shell, if I haven't configured Azure Cloud Shell, if I don't use Azure.

Windows Terminal should not have ads.

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issue openedmicrosoft/terminal

Windows Terminal takes longer than windows console and longer than other apps that need to load instantaneously

Steps to reproduce

  1. Click to launch Windows Terminal

Expected behavior

Windows Terminal should be ready instantaneously like windows console, or like Sublime Text. Windows Terminal can't be slower than windows console.

While Windows Terminal is fast compared with other tools like Visual Studio, or iTunes, it is still not fast enough for a Terminal application.

Actual behavior

It takes too long to startup. It is not ready instantaneously. It's not as fast as windows console.

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issue openedmicrosoft/terminal

Terminal window titlebar is too big compared with console and other native windows apps

Steps to reproduce

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Expected behavior

The Terminal titlebar size should be the same as that of other windows apps. Currently, Windows Terminal feels like a UWP app.

Actual behavior

Windows Terminal titlebar size is too big and feels like a UWP app.

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issue openedmicrosoft/terminal

Resizing Terminal window is slow and laggy

Steps to reproduce

Resizing the Terminal window is slow and laggy. It feels like I'm resizing the window of a uwp app, instead of a Terminal app. Terminals can't be slow and terminals can't have graphical lags.

Expected behavior

Resizing the window should be as smooth as resizing a windows console window.

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