Latest post of the previous page:
Yes, more precisely it fixes any ShiftEnter over a file or directory containing spaces. I've found a vague reference to this fact here. Since start's first argument is the title of the new window, I prefer using
"%COMSPEC%"instead of an empty string. The macro, with regedit escapes, becomes:
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"Sequence"="%e = CmdLine.Empty; %s=\"start \\\"%COMSPEC%\\\" \"; %i=index(CmdLine.Value, %s); $If(%i != 0) CtrlHome $Text %s $End $If(%e) CtrlEnter $End ShiftEnter"
If there was a way to hide the "start" in command history it would be really perfect.