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I have been using this regedit shell snippet to open a cygterm prompt in a drive/directory:
just for a bit of sanity, the command actually translates to:
with the following session (the important part only, no clutter):
So the CygtermCommand has to be filled with spaces so the whole shell command is executed, otherwise, for example, if you truncate CygtermCommand as follows
which is exactly this part of the shell command:
Bottom line is as many characters you input in the command box that many you'll get parsed from the shell command.