2-tone blue?

  • This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.
#1
Hi,

sorry about the wrongly threaded earlier message. I didn't realize I hit
andwer.

With the latest version of TCMD x32 I have the following effect:

I usually have set the background of my TCC window to blue using OPTION.
While without these settings TCC/LE and TCC x64 come up with a black
background, TCC x32 comes up blue. I don't know where this blue comes
from, I find nothing in the INI files which could be responsible. What
is irritating me is that this blue is of a lighter hue than the blue I
get from the OPTION settings.

Speaking of OPTION: on the first tab of Take Command Options (Window?)
in my german version the next to last entry (Datei automatisch .......)
is cut of by the frame line.

TCMD x64: the installer still shows no license info.

There's another option to set background colors on the second tab
(Tabs?) of the Take Command Options: Fenster (Windows?). But whatever I
set the output colors to, even using admin rights, these setting come up
(Default) after a restart.

Best Regards,

* Klaus Meinhard *
<www.4dos.info>
 
#2
To set the console (TCC) colors perpanently, use the console properties dialog
(Alt-Space ... Properties).

On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 09:06:35 -0500, K_Meinhard <> wrote:

|Hi,
|
|sorry about the wrongly threaded earlier message. I didn't realize I hit
|andwer.
|
|With the latest version of TCMD x32 I have the following effect:
|
|I usually have set the background of my TCC window to blue using OPTION.
|While without these settings TCC/LE and TCC x64 come up with a black
|background, TCC x32 comes up blue. I don't know where this blue comes
|from, I find nothing in the INI files which could be responsible. What
|is irritating me is that this blue is of a lighter hue than the blue I
|get from the OPTION settings.
|
|Speaking of OPTION: on the first tab of Take Command Options (Window?)
|in my german version the next to last entry (Datei automatisch .......)
|is cut of by the frame line.
|
|TCMD x64: the installer still shows no license info.
|
|There's another option to set background colors on the second tab
|(Tabs?) of the Take Command Options: Fenster (Windows?). But whatever I
|set the output colors to, even using admin rights, these setting come up
|(Default) after a restart.
|
|Best Regards,
|
|* Klaus Meinhard *
|<www.4dos.info>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
--
- Vince
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
10,096
85
#3
> With the latest version of TCMD x32 I have the following effect:
>
> I usually have set the background of my TCC window to blue using
> OPTION.
> While without these settings TCC/LE and TCC x64 come up with a black
> background, TCC x32 comes up blue. I don't know where this blue comes
> from, I find nothing in the INI files which could be responsible. What
> is irritating me is that this blue is of a lighter hue than the blue I
> get from the OPTION settings.
It's probably being set in your Windows console properties, or (if it only
happens in a TCMD tab window), it's in your Windows console custom color
table in the registry. (Look for HKCU\Console\ColorTablexx.)


> Speaking of OPTION: on the first tab of Take Command Options (Window?)
> in my german version the next to last entry (Datei automatisch .......)
> is cut of by the frame line.
Fixed in build 42.


> TCMD x64: the installer still shows no license info.
Fixed in build 42.


> There's another option to set background colors on the second tab
> (Tabs?) of the Take Command Options: Fenster (Windows?). But whatever I
> set the output colors to, even using admin rights, these setting come
> up (Default) after a restart.
Not reproducible here. Make sure you're setting both the Foreground and
Background colors, and you're pressing OK when done. (Apply will only apply
to the current session & the settings will be discarded when you exit.)

Rex Conn
JP Software