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Re: cygwin settings in cygwin.bat


Thanks for your reply. It works. But just curious to know if I can change it
inside cygwin.bat file?. 

Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
> On 09/30/2009 01:37 PM, CygwinUser wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I would like to change the default settings for screen buffer size and
>> screen width. I would like to know which cygwin variable should be used
>> and
>> the syntax to set in cygwin.bat. Could you please let me know
>> Thanks in advance.
> If you're talking about the console you get with cmd.exe (what you get if
> you
> double-click on 'cygwin.bat' to start it from explorer or your desktop for 
> example),
> then you are squarely in Windows-land, as this has nothing to do with
> Cygwin 
> (and
> as such is pretty-much off-topic for this list).  But, assuming you are 
> using cmd.exe,
> you'll want to go to the icon in the top left corner.  Bring up the
> context 
> menu by
> right mouse clicking on it, select "Properties" and pick the "Layout" tab. 
> What you
> want is there.  If you want this change to be the new default for all
> future 
> windows,
> select "Defaults" instead of "Properties" above.
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