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How to? Scale font in TCC using wheel mouse or other means

Discussion in 'Support' started by David Simmons, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. David Simmons

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    How can I enable using the mouse or other means to scale TTY/Console text?

    I have been looking around for how to resize the fonts with cmd+/- or wheel mouse and can't find it anywhere. I'm sure it is there somewhere since almost all Microsoft and related IDEs now support this capability; as do most of the console replacement apps (i've been using consolez).

    Am I just being a dumb-dumb?

    Thanks for your assistance,

    David


    p.s.,
    I have just discovered take command, and with a bit of work, got ansicon working properly. It seems like an almost ideal cmd.exe replacement, vis-a-vis consolez which I've been using.
     
  2. rconn

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    If you're in a Take Command tab window, you can resize the font by holding the Ctrl key while scrolling with the mouse wheel.

    If you're in a TCC stand-alone console window, you can resize the font with the Ctrl + and Ctrl - key combinations (the + and - on the numeric keypad).
     
  3. Joe Caverly

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    I never knew about the ability to resize the font in a stand-alone TCC console window. Thankyou, Rex.

    After a bit of digging in the help file, I found it under TCC Command Line Editing, Miscellaneous.

    Joe
     

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