Is there any way to access the shell without using ctrl + shift + p (the shortcut)?
ndrewxie (6)

When searching for a way to add command line arguments (, I came across the shortcut "ctrl + shift + p", which allows you to open a shell (press ctrl + shift + p, then search for "open shell"). I found it strange that there wasn't any obvious way to access that other than the keyboard shortcut. In addition, for some reason, on one of my computers ctrl + shift + p doesn't work, so is there any way to open the shell from the graphical interface?

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ndrewxie (6)

Also, is there any way to customize the action that the "run" button does?

ash15khng (650)

@ndrewxie What do you mean by customize the action?