Editing PowerShell scripts from the ISE command line, part 2

A couple of days ago, I talked about using the ISE command line to create script lines in the active script tab. My process was: Switch to the email program, Copy the job name or full line out of the error email, Switch back to the PowerShell ISE, and Up-Arrow to create each new line […]

Use Shift-Enter (not Enter) to continue lines in the ISE command pane

Something that’s been bugging me for a while is that I couldn’t remember how to continue lines in the ISE command pane. Of course, in a regular PowerShell window, you can just press Enter to continue entering a command on the next line: PS C:\Users\Owner> 1..10 | Where-Object{ ($_ % 2) -eq 0 } 2 […]

Editing PowerShell scripts from the ISE command line

One of the things I do at work involves creating scripts to run a Ruby script. For each line in each script I create, I have to: Go to our secondary email program Copy a job name (a word, basically) or an entire line from an error email Change to an editing program (like the […]