Under Windows with cygwin, \n is fed to the screen without \r, meaning that the next line is indented. For example: Username: myuser Password: ******* This is just not very pretty in the above example, and can be worked around by extra print commands between prompt() calls, but with menus, it can get very confusing for the user: Menu: a. option a b. option b c. option c Enough of them, and the line wraps.
Bug #80660 for IO-Prompt:
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