| ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
|| nikbackm wrote:
||| problem with changing TC tab title usuaully occurs when I start
||| another console-mode program from TCC (running in a tab) that changes
||| the console title. This also causes the TC tab name to change unless
||| it already has been assigned an explicit name (or been renamed).
|| Then why not set the title in a startup tab -- that will prevent
|| anything (except a "rename tab") from changing it subsequently.
| ---End Quote---
| Yes, I could do that but I prefer to start the new tabs dynamically
| (via an alias using START /TAB) as I don't use them all the time.
| Therefore an extra switch to START for setting the tab name when
| "/TAB" is used would be quite useful, at least for me.
Check the syntax of the START command. It provides for a "title" parameter.
Though I have not tested it, it ought to allow you to provide the tab title,
just as it would become a window title when used without the /TAB option.