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Old 04-06-2020, 05:40 PM
barnett1967 barnett1967 is offline
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get secure crt back to default settings

Is there a way to get my secure CRT back to its default configuration?

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how do I make it so the new line does not overlap the original line?

Version 8.7.1 (x64 build 2171)

b# t@BEAUFTD5506-B:/var/sf/detection_engines/c8255372-6b78-11e9-ac33-0e15f228880b

the "b" before the prompt should be at the end of the UUID (which is one line up until that last b and then it overlapps
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Old 04-27-2020, 02:38 PM
bgagnon bgagnon is offline
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Hi all,

This customer contacted us via email and the issue was worked through there. To answer the specific questions he posed:

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Is there a way to get my secure CRT back to its default configuration?
The answer is yes, point SecureCRT to a new config path in the General / Configuration Paths category of Global Options, then quit/restart SecureCRT.


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how do I make it so the new line does not overlap the original line?
This one was not quite so simple.

The remote shell/environment was hard coded to use rows/cols equal to 24/80 but the SecureCRT configuration was to use larger row/column values. By changing the On resize configuration to Scale the font, he was able to overcome the limitations of the remote device.

Although last I heard, he had some very large font sizes from resizing the window(s). Those sessions would probably need the font size changed manually in the Terminal / Appearance category of Session Options to get a sane starting point.
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