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Consearch documentation

Discussion in 'Plugins' started by JohnQSmith, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. JohnQSmith

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    You have references to /K (instead of /H) in the /H documentation. Thanks for the awesome plugin.

     
  2. Charles Dye

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    I have no idea how I managed to do that....
     
  3. Howard Kapustein

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    Any idea why the 64-bit CONSEARCH doesn't accept /K or /H and its help displays neither?
     
  4. Charles Dye

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    Works here. Are you looking at the CONSEARCH command, which opens the search dialog; or the CONSEARCHOPTS command, which configures options for the plugin?
     
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    P.S. CONSEARCHOPTS shows the hotkey is Alt-F (the default) but Alt-F doesn't work on TCMD v16.0 x64. Changing the default doesn't help, e.g. "CONSEARCHOPTS /K:Alt-Q" appears to change the hotkey ("CONSEARCHOPTS" shows it's now Alt-Q) but it doesn't do anything (just beeps). TCMD break something in v16 or x64? Or the hotkey only works if TC[C] is used outside of TCMD? "Detach" the tab from TCMD and the hotkey works, so this is a bug ('feature'?) of TCMD?
     
  7. Charles Dye

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    Okay, I see it now. Yes, that does need to be updated to match the way the code now works.
     
  8. Charles Dye

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    Usually, Take Command will intercept one of the Alt keys, but pass the other one through to the console program. Use Options / Take Command / Tabs, and see the "Left Alt Key" and "Right Alt Key" tick boxes (under "Windows").
     

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