I would like to know how to make a tcc.exe window opened when a btm script is executed wider. I am writing a btm script that sends the output to a text file, and then I “type” part or all of the text file from within the script while debugging it. The “type” display of the text-file in the tcc.exe window is word-wrapped at the edge of the scroll bar – even if that happens in the middle of a solid word. This also happens if I just ‘echo’ a series of words redirected to a ‘temp.txt’ file. The actual contents of the text file are fine, only their display in the tcc.exe window are affected. The only command I can find in “Help” related to this is the “window” command. I’ve tried several options and finally settled on “window /POS=20,20,800,1000 /SIZE=800,1000 /max”. This makes the window 800 pixels long (tall), but the width remains the same (about 642 pixels - inside the left border to the scroll bar) as when there is no “windows” command in the script. When I hover the cursor over either side border the enlargement double-arrow appears, but it is ineffective. My screen resolution is 1152x864, so I can’t understand why it won’t get any wider. = = = = = = Also, I recently opened a thread (What is “using” a file) which has been resolved, but the thread is now displayed with an icon that is a red envelope with a white arrow on it. I can’t find anything that explains what that means, nor can I find anything that tells me how to close it or request that it be closed. Would appreciate any help about this too.