Adjusting the Command Line Display

You can stretch the command line to display as many (or as few) lines of text as you like. (I keep mine at 2 or 3.) If you need to temporarily see more than that, the F2 key will toggle the display of your recent command line history (the last 400 lines or so). This is useful for many things, including looking up something you typed earlier, or seeing the full results of the LIST command. You can also undock the command line and move around the screen, resize it, or even close it. (not recommended!)

1 comment:

Tovi said...

This is great info to know.