[after google search...eureka!]
actually, I just found your "bug". check this out.
There is no "OS-wide" hotkeys that will do this for every application, but in general, Microsoft typically uses these 3 shortcuts for text alignment in their programs:
Ctrl + L - Align text left
Ctrl + E - Align text center
Ctrl + R - Align text right
Some programs will follow this and some won't. It's application specific really
So it seems the console is a fancy textbox inherited class that still supports text align hot keys. Could be bad news for folks who use lots of hot keys like myself. I hope this helps.
// Create a TextBox object
TextBox dynamicTextBox = new TextBox();
dynamicTextBox.ShortcutsEnabled = false;
Might vary slightly from C#
Of course the above code disables all shortcuts, but there is already a copy and paste at the bottom of the widget.
Maybe hand-coding all shortcuts would be best by using keydown events, but isn't there a Console class? Why would you use textboxes anyway?
ShortcutsEnabled property applies to the following shortcut key combinations: