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LIST scrollbar

Discussion in 'Support' started by Joe Caverly, Oct 12, 2011.

  1. Joe Caverly

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    Hi,
    Code:
    ver /?
    
    returns

    Code:
    TCC  13.00.26   Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
    TCC Build 26   Windows XP Build 2600  Service Pack 3
    
    Code:
    which list
    
    returns

    Code:
    list is an internal command
    
    Whenever I use the internal LIST command, I am able to move throughout the file that I am LISTing using the keyboard. However, I cannot move throughout the file using the scrollbar on the right of the screen.

    I am sure that I have used the scrollbar before, but would appreciate if others can duplicate this. Maybe, since I have become used to using the internal VIEW command, I am getting myself mixed up.

    Regardless if the text file is, for example, 111 lines, or 1,935 lines, I am unable to use the scrollbar on the right of the screen to move throughout the file.

    Joe
     
  2. rconn

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    WAD, and you've never used the scrollbar to move through a file using LIST
    in TCC. (Because LIST in TCC doesn't *have* a scrollbar!)

    You may have used the scrollbar in Take Command v8 or earlier to scroll
    through the file, but in v9 and later LIST is no longer a GUI window, it's
    the TCC console running LIST. The scrollbar on the right of the screen
    scrolls the console screen buffer.

    You can either use the mousewheel to move through the file in LIST, or
    (preferably) use VIEW instead.
     
  3. Joe Caverly

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    Thankyou Rex. Appears that my mental retention is failing. Again.

    I still use 4NT 8.02 on a Windows 2000 system on occasion, so that is probably what I am remembering.

    Joe
     

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