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Colors discovered

Discussion in 'Support' started by bravotango, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. bravotango

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    I have never bothered with different colors in TCMD/TCC (or 4NT) but after installing XXCOPY I just loved the default colors in the XXConsole, gold text on cyan, actually a dark cyan (0,64,64).

    So I checked out the manual and searched the forum and think I'm a full bottle on the color possibilities and limitations in TCMD/TCC now. Only small problem is that in TCMD it still all sits on a predominantly black window which is no big deal.

    I bet you would like a dollar Rex for every time you have had to explain how to set up the background and foreground colors.

    bravotango
     
  2. bravotango

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    Must add a correction here. I found out how to change the color of the TCMD window. Options -> Configure Take Command -> Tabs -> Then adjust colors in Windows panel on right hand side.
     
  3. Steve Pitts

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    I can't work out from your second post whether you are all sorted now, but if not:

    Use the OPTION command in a TCC prompt, or get there via Options > Configure TCC..., and then use the settings in the Colors section of the Windows tab.
     
  4. drrob1

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    I use a color statement in my tcstart.bat file.
    color bright white on black

    By my choice. I know abbreviations are allowed but I wouldn't remember
    them over time, so I don't use them.





    On 04/30/2011 09:03 PM, bravotango wrote:

     
  5. bravotango

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    All sorted out thanks. Just love Take Command more than ever now with all this color. It really makes working with XXCOPY so much nicer.
     

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