Configuration Dialog

This dialog, available via the OPTION command, contains several "pages" or "tabs" of options that let you change the way TCC looks and works.

 

The configuration dialog displays the name of the active TCMD.INI file in the title bar.

 

Unless you select the Cancel button, any changes you make will take effect immediately. If you select Apply, the settings will only apply for the duration of that session. If you select OK, the settings will be recorded in the appropriate main section ([4NT]) of the TCMD.INI file and will be in effect each time you start that command processor. If you want to set configuration directives in the [Primary] or [Secondary] sections of the .INI file, you must edit the file directly instead of using the dialog. Similarly, if you modified directives that originally resided in a separate included INI file, new directives will be saved to the main .INI file but the included file itself will not be altered. It would be wise to verify that no "old" directive in included files override the changes you made into the main file.

 

For details about the .INI file  and .INI file directives, the allowable ranges for each, and the effect of each, see Initialization (.INI) Files and Directives.

 

While you are using the dialog, you can move between sets of configuration options by clicking on the individual tabs. The options available in this dialog are:

 

Startup

Windows

Command Line

Advanced

Internet

Updates