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TCC Window size

Jul
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The TCMD window seems entirely sizeable, but the TCC window seems nearly directly correlated to the font size.

However, I seem to always lose a bit on the right side of the window -- if I do a directory command, after showing the file list it shows

2, 415, 824, 896 bytes allocate -- dropping the "d".

I cannot drag the window to make it wider. I can make the font smaller, but then the window shrinks as well.

I seem to be missing something here -- but what?

Regards,
Chuck Billow
 
> The TCMD window seems entirely sizeable, but the TCC window seems
> nearly directly correlated to the font size.
>
> However, I seem to always lose a bit on the right side of the window --
> if I do a directory command, after showing the file list it shows
>
> 2, 415, 824, 896 bytes allocate -- dropping the "d".
>
> I cannot drag the window to make it wider. I can make the font
> smaller, but then the window shrinks as well.
>
> I seem to be missing something here -- but what?

The TCC window size is determined by Windows, not by TCC. You need to
change it in the console properties.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
CWBillow wrote:
| ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
|| The TCC window size is determined by Windows, not by TCC. You need to
|| change it in the console properties.
| ---End Quote---
|
| Console Properties?

When the TCC window is open, click on the TCC icon in the upper left corner
of the window. Alternately, when the TCC window is active, press alt-space.
Windows will display a drop-down menu. IIRC this menu is sometimes referred
to as the "system menu". Select "Properties", and Windows will display its
console properties menu, which will allow you to select layout (which
includes both buffer and window size), font, etc.
--
HTH, Steve
 
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