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Kyle Vassella
Kyle Vassella
9,033 Points

Cannot go to the next line in workspace console?

For some reason in this workspace's console, option + return (mac) does not enable me to go down to the next line without sending in my code. On other workspaces this method does work. *EDIT: well, it used to work (earlier today). For some reason right now I can't get option + return to work even on the same workspaces it used to work on - it always sends in the code and I get a BASH: message on the line below every time :( *

I'm aware I can use \ at the end of my line before pressing return, but that method does not work with this lesson (request gets prematurely sent anyways) so I'm wondering why option + return randomly seems to not work on this particular workspace's console?

3 Answers

Kyle Vassella
Kyle Vassella
9,033 Points

Just solved my problem, should have thought of it before I posted. A clear of my Chrome's cache/cookies and a browser restart fixed things. Option + return now works properly. If this happens to anyone else, try a browser cache clear before complaining lol

Ramy Elsaraf
Ramy Elsaraf
7,633 Points

what did you do exactly, what did you type to go to the next line, what is option+return ???? I have same issue

Ruth O'Kelly
Ruth O'Kelly
4,944 Points

How to do this on Windows?

CTRL+Enter seems to work.