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Remove 'Windows 7' from the startup version display?

Discussion in 'TCC/LE Support' started by jason404, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. jason404

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    When I start TCC/LE on Windows 2008 R2, it says Windows 7 at the top.

    It's not a big deal, but is is possible for it to identify server versions correctly, or make it say nothing at all about the OS type, but just the version as in CMD?
     
  2. Jim Cook

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    Is it possible to remove 'Windows 7' from the startup version display?

    I use this in my tcstart.btm:

    set titleprompt=`%_4ver.%_build %_CWD`



    On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 14:13, jason404 <> wrote:




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  3. jason404

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    That's given me the idea to SETX a variable from the output of SYSTEMINFO, if it does not exist already, and use that.

    Being new to TCC/LE, I do not understand that substring syntax and where those variables come from, if that is what it is.

    Where can I find the information for me to understand your titleprompt variable?

    Thanks.
     
  4. Steve Fabian

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    From: jason404
    | ...
    | Jim Cook:
    || ...
    || set titleprompt=`%_4ver.%_build %_CWD`
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    | Being new to TCC/LE, I do not understand that substring syntax and
    | where those variables come from, if that is what it is.
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    | Where can I find the information for me to understand your
    | titleprompt variable?

    Help topic "intvars.htm" and ff.
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    Steve
     
  5. jason404

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    Thanks, but what is ff?
     
  6. Charles Dye

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    It's an abbreviation for "the following pages" (or sections, whatever.)
     
  7. jason404

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    Oh okay, thanks. Never heard that one before.
     
  8. jason404

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    I've just noticed that the latest update fixes this minor problem.
     

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