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8 hours ago, Stephen said:

Ice-T has a 16KB scroll buffer using Select and option keys.

This is good information, cheers Stephen.

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34 minutes ago, Mazzspeed said:

This is good information, cheers Stephen.

It's perhaps my favourite feature of the program.  I'd love to see something like that implemented in the stock OS screen handler! 

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1 hour ago, Stephen said:

It's perhaps my favourite feature of the program.  I'd love to see something like that implemented in the stock OS screen handler! 

I wish I could use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through my recently used commands under SDX like under Linux - Such a handy feature, I'm always bashing those up/down arrow keys on my PC's keyboard, and I keep going to do the same thing on the A8!

 

Scrollback on the screen handler would be a handy feature, especially considering 40 columns.

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3 hours ago, Mazzspeed said:

I wish I could use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through my recently used commands under SDX like under Linux - Such a handy feature, I'm always bashing those up/down arrow keys on my PC's keyboard, and I keep going to do the same thing on the A8!

 

Look for DOSKEY.SYS in the SDX user guide (page 180)

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1 hour ago, Mr Robot said:

Look for DOSKEY.SYS in the SDX user guide (page 180)

Will do, thank you.

 

EDIT: Thank you for the page number. All done and working awesome! ;)

 

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10 hours ago, Mazzspeed said:
10 hours ago, Mr Robot said:

Look for DOSKEY.SYS in the SDX user guide (page 180)

Will do, thank you.

Another great feature of DOSKEY is the ability to alias commands.  For example, SDX does not have a MOVE command, but you can alias COPY /M as MOVE.

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