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OMG! Is that some kinda troll… Trek is better?!? Is “Wrath of Khan” better than “Phantom Menace”? Sure, but so was “Galaxy Quest”. Is Kirk cooler than Luke Skywalker? Mostly, but face it, Han would have shoot Kirk dead from under the table long before Kirk could have… gotten out.. his first… sentence, while R2 shoved Spock into a garbage chute! Is Wesley Crusher half as cool as a 6-year old Anikin? Not even close! Is 7-of-Nine hotter than Princess Leia? Yes, 7 out of 9 times 7-of-Nine is hotter than Leia. Could a Ferengi beat a Jawa in a street fight? Trick question, Ferengi evolved from Jawa a long time ago.

There are many features that aren’t apparent at first sight: ISESteroids for example adds persistent command line history, so next time you launch ISE (with ISESteroids), your old commands are still there, and you can use arrow keys to navigate to previous commands, or enter ‘#’ followed by any keyword, then TAB-complete through your command line history. History persistence even works with multiple ISE instances open, and across open tabs. When you rename a tab, the history list is bound to that name, so if you open a tab with that name again later, it will load its own unique command history list.

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