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  1. "vintage" terminal This is a funny old style terminal simulator capable to understand and interpretate ANSI escape sequences. It allows printing of text in various colors and are also allowed styles like underline, italic, blink and flash You can print in any position of the screen by using some dedicated functions or by simply printing whole strings with embedded appropriate ANSI escape sequences. You can use it as a simil-terminal that fit within a whole window, or as an embeddable GUI control you can place within your GUI. Even if i've enjoyed on building this, I've to say
  2. Hi All, Written a script but need to make sure users don't run it on any of our Terminal Servers. So far I've added this as a work-around based on a naming convention, but I'd like to find a more robust way of checking: If Not StringInStr (@ComputerName, "ABCSydTS") Then ...Thanks!
  3. I'm trying to create an edit control with Terminal as the font. I'm a big fan of Terminal at the 6x8 size, but I can't figure out a way to set it using GUICtrlSetFont. It seems as though the weight parameter is ignored, and setting the size to anything below 6 gives you the nearly unreadable 4x6 size. Setting it to 6, 7, or 8 gives the hideously distorted 16x8 size, and 9 or 10 sets it as the default, 8x12. Anyone used Terminal 6x8 in an edit control? Any suggestions?
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