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TCC defaults

Discussion in 'Support' started by CWBillow, Jun 20, 2016.

  1. CWBillow

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    I am able to bring TCMD defaults over from a backup if I need to do so, but that doesn't seem to be the case with the TCC window.

    Is there a way to backup/restore those settings?

    Chuck Billow
     
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  2. rconn

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    What defaults are you referring to? The ones in TCMD.INI (just copy the file), or the ones that Windows sets for the console properties? (You'll have to back up the Windows Registry, or at least the relevant parts.)
     
  3. CWBillow

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    Rex, it's the font/layout/color etc. settings I'm talking about. Are these stored in the registry?

    Chuck
     
  4. rconn

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    Those settings are created by Windows, saved by Windows (in the registry), and restored by Windows. TCC has no control over any of them.
     
  5. Charles Dye

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    You may be looking for one of the keys under HKCU\Console.
     
  6. CWBillow

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    OK, I'll take a look, Charles, although it looks a bit more involved than I was wanting to get into.

    @Rex, that's weird. So if I go through and format the TCC window, where/how are those settinmgs saved because they don't carry over to any other window(s)?
     
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    Right, that's for the console. For TCMD, look in a place like this (for example)
    and a sibling key named "IDE 10.0".
     
  8. rconn

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    Windows (specifically conhost) saves them in different places, depending on whether you're saving settings for the current console app or for all console apps. TCC isn't involved in any way.
     

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