Command History Window

Jun 24, 2008
223
0
Siegen, Germany
Is there any way to position the "Command History Window"?

Moving/resizing it manually has no effect, on a new invocation it would appear (same size, same position) again in the old (unwanted) position.

nickles
 
Jun 24, 2008
223
0
Siegen, Germany
Found it, sorry!

PopupWin... (Command History)
CDDWin... (Directory History)

However, it'd be nice to have a description of all tcmd.ini options, or a configuration option via the options dialog.

nickles
 

rconn

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Staff member
May 14, 2008
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> Found it, sorry!
>
> PopupWin... (Command History)
> CDDWin... (Directory History)
>
> However, it'd be nice to have a description of all tcmd.ini options, or a
> or a configuration option via the options dialog.

The popup windows *do* save their sizes & positions, provided you're not
still using the old character-based positioning in CDDWin and PopupWin. The
parameters were changed several versions ago (v9) from row/column to screen
coordinates, but support for the old values was retained to avoid breaking
existing TCMD.INI configurations.

The easiest thing for you to do is to delete those lines in TCMD.INI,
restart TCMD, and then resize & position the popup windows as you prefer.
 
Apr 2, 2011
1,441
10
54
North Carolina, USA
Is CDDWin and PopupWin the only directives that would apply - ?
----- Original Message -----
From: rconn
To: CSGalloway@nc.rr.com
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 09:26 AM
Subject: RE: [Support-t-3308] Re: Command History Window


Quote:
> Found it, sorry!
>
> PopupWin... (Command History)
> CDDWin... (Directory History)
>
> However, it'd be nice to have a description of all tcmd.ini options, or a
> or a configuration option via the options dialog.

The popup windows *do* save their sizes & positions, provided you're not
still using the old character-based positioning in CDDWin and PopupWin. The
parameters were changed several versions ago (v9) from row/column to screen
coordinates, but support for the old values was retained to avoid breaking
existing TCMD.INI configurations.

The easiest thing for you to do is to delete those lines in TCMD.INI,
restart TCMD, and then resize & position the popup windows as you prefer.
 
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