Thanks for helping! FWIW: Listary 126.96.36.199, Windows 11 Pro 22H2 22621.1344.
Does the Windows Terminal show “Administrator” when running from Listary?
Yes, when I run PS or Cmd. (I mostly run Ubuntu shells, and they don’t show this.) This is different from when I run it through the Start menu; there it doesn’t run as Administrator. This seems to be different since the last Listary update; I never had this problem before.
Also, have you tried restarting Listary?
This is strange – I could have sworn that this behavior survived at least one reboot. But I restarted Listary just now, and it seems to work normally now. By that I mean that it now doesn’t start as Administrator when I run it through Listary, and the Terminal app seems to behave again identically, whether I run it through Listary or through the Start menu.
What’s still odd is that right-clicking on the “Terminal” entry in the Listary search doesn’t open the Action menu. But it shares this behavior with other apps (like Microsoft Store), even though some apps (like WinMerge) seem to work normally and the Action menu opens. Is this a feature of Store apps?
What do you mean with “when I run it through Listary” ?
- Double-press Ctrl to open the Listary prompt.
- Type “terminal”.
- The “Terminal” application is the first option; hit “Enter” or “Ctrl-1”.