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question about scrollback buffers

Jan
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I'm interested in setting the scrollback buffer size for stand alone tcc windows.
I found the setting in take command options > take command >tabs > buffer rows.

How do I set the scrollback buffer size for an unattached tcc window?

thx
 
For a stand-alone TCC Window;

In the upper-left corner of your stand-alone TCC Window,
right-click with the mouse, and you should get this menu;

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Left-click on Properties.

Switch to the Layout tab.

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Set the Screen Buffer Size Height to 999 (or a lessor number of your choosing).

Click OK.

YMMV, depending if you are using Windows Console Host,
or Windows Terminal.

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Joe
 
You may also be interested in the 4CONSOLE Plugin.

It has the CONSIZE command;
Code:
CONSIZE

Manipulate console screen buffer and window

CONSIZE ...

Options:  /W(indow)   X Y  (characters)
      /B(uffer)   X Y  (characters)
      /P(osition) X Y  (upper-left corner
     (or) /C(anonical)  N  (N=1-9, various centered positions)
      /R(elative) X Y  (pixels [+/-] from current position)
               (after /P or /C to get to second monitor)
      /Q(uery)

/W, /B: the one spec'd first is enforced; the other
is enforced within the limits imposed by the first.

If /W is missing or X (Y) is 0 the window dimension remains
unchanged or is minimally decreased to match the buffer.

If /B is missing or X (Y) is 0 the buffer dimension remains
unchanged or is minimally increased to match the window.

/B: X (Y) equal to -1 eliminates scrolling in that direction and
forces precedence of the window specification.

To set the Buffer size from the TCC Command line;
Code:
consize /buffer 100 900

echo %_bufrows %_bufcols
900 100

Joe
 

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