I often run command line utilities which output a steady stream of information to the console (that is, every 5 seconds or so another line is output). At times I need to scroll back through this console output, to review the progress of the task. However, since the task is continually outputting data, I can't simply browse the console buffer with alt-pgup, because whenever a new line is output to the console, the console buffer jumps all the way back to the end. Obviously, I can do a "select all", copy the entire buffer, and paste it into a separate text editor to examine the contents. But that's not very streamlined or convenient. I'd prefer to have a way to scroll up within TCC itself, without having the console jump back down with every new line. I was wondering whether it might be possible to accomplish this with the vertical slider. That is, is it possible to "freeze" one side of the console, so that, say, the left side would show the updates on the bottom as they are output, while the right side would allow me to scroll around inside the buffer, without having the buffer jump back down to the bottom with every new line?