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Coding dissappears from the F2 window

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Hassy

Hi guyz. I wanted to ask about the windows that pops up by pressing F2 in autocad, after using some commands when I check it I notice that the previous commands that I used are not being shown. Is there a way by which I can see the full commands (coding) that i did? Is this a bug or something?

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ReMark

If I'm not mistaken you can scroll through the Text screen to the point when you last saved. There is no bug.

 

The text screen is used to show an extended view of your command line entries.

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Hassy

I think you didn't get me, I'm trying to ask why the previous entries from F2 window dissappear when I type new commands in the command line. Is there a limit to the text that get saved into the F2 window??

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Dana W
I think you didn't get me, I'm trying to ask why the previous entries from F2 window dissappear when I type new commands in the command line. Is there a limit to the text that get saved into the F2 window??
Hover your cursor over the right hand frame of the text window. A scroll bar will appear, and you can scroll back to the time you started up the drawing. You mentioned coding, lisp code? *.net? Other than the autohiding scroll bar I know of no limit, maybe your code has turned off the command line echo. Maybe it's running in the background.

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Hassy

Got it..I was confused with the CmdHistLines which was set to 400, I set it to 2048 so my history doesn't dissappear quite often.

 

Thnx for your replies (Y) :)

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