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Macro Keys
  • Macro Keys

Lets you assign a command or multiple commands to a key. When you press the key, the client processes the commands. You don't have to hit enter to send the commands so macros can be much faster to use than other input or even aliases.

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Input History
The history list keeps track of the last 100 lines you have typed. You can scroll through the history buffer by using the up and down arrow keys.
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Input Repetition

You can have the client repeat a line by typing the command character "/" followed by a number of the times you want the line to be repeated.

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Input Line

This is the non-scrolling line at the bottom of the screen where you type your commands. If the text you type is too long to fit on the screen the text will scroll as you type.

The input line has many line editing capabilities. The [HOME] key returns you to the start of the line; the [END] key to the end of the line. The left and right arrow keys move the cursor. The [INSERT] key toggles the line between insert and overwrite mode. The [DELETE] key will delete the character under the cursor.

Right-click on the input line to expose copy/paste options as well as a Find Script option used to find and execute aliases.

Pressing the down arrow key will clear the input line

 
Tab Completion

Tab completion is a shortcut to typing hard to remember or hard to spell words.

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