I want to add that the syntax of the new SETPORT command is similar to the
SETCFG command. For example, you can use the command "SETPORT LPT5=CLIP" to
enable the LPT5 port to exchange data with the Windows clipboard. To return to
the default setting of LPT5 on the fly, simply type "SETPORT LPT5=". To view
the current setting of the LPT5 port, you may type "SETPORT LPT5". To view the
current settings of ALL COMx and LPTx ports, you can simply type "SETPORT"
without any parameters. Hope this information is helpful.
On Sunday, November 6, 2016 12:10 AM, Wengier W
In the latest vDosPlus build (build 2016.11.05) I have added the SETPORT
command which allows to view and change the settings of the COMx and LPTx ports
(x=1..9) on the fly from the DOS command line. Hope this will be useful too.
On Friday, October 21, 2016 5:01 PM, Carl Distefano <cld@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The new SETCOLOR command works like a charm. This makes it easy to
change the entire color scheme on the fly, with a batch file:
setcolor 0 (220, 220, 225) >nul
setcolor 1 (200, 200, 255) >nul
setcolor 14 (51, 51, 223) >nul
setcolor 15 (0, 83, 235) >nul
The additional SETCFG directives are great, too. Thanks very much!
I've written new U2 frames SETCFG and SETCOLOR that will enable these
commands to be run from the XyWrite command line. Also, a new frame
SCREENSIZE to resize the screen on the fly. I'll post the update to U2
Thanks again for these enhancements!