To-Work-With-Command-Window-Appearance-and-History

To Work With Command Window Appearance and History

To Work With Command Window Appearance and History

How to customize the appearance of the command window and command history.

Modify How Right-click Behaves During Command Entry

You can change whether and when a right-click completes a command entry or opens a
shortcut menu.

  1. Click Application menu Options.
  2. In the Options dialog box, User Preferences tab, click the Right-click Customization
    button.
  3. In the Right-Click Customization dialog box, specify the right-click behavior you
    want to use.

Set How Many Rows of Temporary Prompt History to Display

An undocked command window with just one line displays a temporary prompt history
while the command is in progress. Use this method to change the number of rows in
the history.

  1. To the left of the prompt area, click the Customize button Lines of Prompt History.
  2. At the Command prompt, enter the number of rows to be displayed (0 to 10).

Set Command Window Transparency

  1. Click the Customize button to the left of the prompt area, and select Transparency.
  2. In the Transparency dialog box, move the sliders to change transparency of the command
    window.

Control the Display of Recent Input

  1. At the Command prompt, enter INPUTHISTORYMODE.
  2. Enter a sum of one or more of the following values:
    • 0. No history of recent input is displayed.
    • 1. History of recent input is displayed at the Command prompt with access through Up
      Arrow and Down Arrow keys.
    • 2. History of recent input for the current command is displayed in the shortcut menu.
    • 4. History of recent input for all commands in the current session is displayed in
      the shortcut menu.
    • 8. Markers for recent input of point locations are displayed in the drawing.

    The default value is 15.

  3. (Optional) To specify how many values entered at a Command prompt are remembered and
    displayed as recent input, enter CMDINPUTHISTORYMAX.

Modify Colors Used for Prompt Display

Modify the background color and text on the command line, temporary prompt history,
and the extended prompt history.

  1. Click Application menu Options.
  2. In the Options dialog box, Display tab, click Colors.
  3. In the Drawing Window Colors dialog box, under Context, select Command Line.
  4. Under Interface Element, select an option.
  5. Under Color, select the color you want to use.

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