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#0: View menu spotlight
The new View menu provides easy access to a wide range of options for
customizing how you want your GHS environment to look and behave. Let's
shine a spotlight on some of the most exciting of these new View options.
Split command area: splits the GHS work area into a white Display area on
top of a black Command area. Typed-in commands stay in the Command area,
while all command output appears in the Display area.
Command lines: sets the number of lines in the split Command area. If "0"
command lines are chosen, then the command area disappears when not needed but
temporarily reappears as a single line whenever command input is requested.
Repeatedly pressing Ctrl-E or Up arrow key reaches into a deep history of
earlier commands, regardless of the number of visible Command area lines.
White command area: turns the normally black Command area white.
Black display area: turns the normally white Display area black.
Scroll -> Off: causes GHS to wait before output of a new line when the
Display area is full, so that no information will be missed. This setting
is always in effect whenever "Split command area" mode is turned off.
Scroll -> On reports: turns on scrolling for reports in the Display area.
Every time a new report command (such as RA, STATUS, etc.) is issued, the
Display area is cleared and all future output is send to the Display area
with no implicit waiting even when information has to flow off the screen.
In this case a scroll bar appears so that the entire report and any subsequent
output may be viewed by scrolling up and down, either using the scroll bar or
keying PgUp and PgDn (by pages) or Ctrl-Up and Ctrl-Down (by lines). This is
the default scroll setting in "Split command area" mode.
Scroll -> All: turns on scrolling for all output in the Display area. This is
the same as the default "Scroll -> On reports" setting except that the Display
area is not cleared when a report command is issued. Therefore all Display
output is collected in one big scrollable region, which only gets cleared
when an explicit CLS or CLEAR command is given.
You'll need GHS beta version 9.84 or later to try out this feature from
the upcoming version 10.00 release. If you need help updating your GHS
version, contact email@example.com.
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Creative Systems, Inc.