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Old 03-26-2012, 01:30 AM
i0mega i0mega is offline
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Command line question


I am using the command line feature to open ssh2/telnet sessions.
The problem is that the session opens with different appearance preferences than the default ones.

The command i am using is securecrt.exe /t /SSH2 %host
The default theme is Traditional (green/black), and the one opens is black/white.

Is there an option to set this option?
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:30 AM
rtb rtb is offline
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Hi iOmega,

Thanks for the question. The default color scheme would need to be set in the Default Session. You can edit the Default Session settings in the General / Default Session category of the Global Options dialog by pressing the button Edit Default Settings... button.

The Terminal / Appearance category is where you would set the color scheme you would like to use for your command-line ad hoc and Quick Connect sessions.

Does this help you accomplish your goal?

As a note, we have a tip about color in SecureCRT at the following location of our website:
It is also possible that the remote is overwriting the color scheme that is defined if you have ANSI Color enabled in the Terminal / Emulation category for the Default Session. If you have ANSI Color enabled, but don't have Use color scheme enabled as well, then you might want to try enabling the option to use the color scheme.

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