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How to exit after viewing a log
Every time I view a git log, I can scroll to the END of the log, but cannot figure out how to get back to a prompt. I've tried, ctrl-q, q, x, esc, etc. but none work.
I am using the git bash utility on a Windows 10 PC.
Mike Hatch14,940 Points
I'm using Win 10, too. I tried reproducing your error. Typing q into the console is the only way for me to exit, but it won't work immediately after trying one of the other commands you mentioned. But if I type q a second time immediately afterwards it will work. Did you try doing that? Or did you continue to type other commands in succession?