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regina interpreter display window

regina interpreter display window

regina interpreter display window

In Windows 7, when I execute a Regina REXX routine that uses 'say' to display the report file output, the line is 'wrapped' instead of it staying as 1 line, even though the length of the line is just 90 characters. This is NOT THE CASE when I execute the same REXX routine under Windows 10. Is there a parameter I need to set under Windows 7? I apologize if this is OLD NEWS, but I do need help.

RE: regina interpreter display window

Right click on the window icon at top left. Select propertie. Select layout. What is your screen buffer size width. Should be 80 but if it isn't hen that is your problem. Your window width should be 80 as well. Change both to 90 and you should see an unwrapped line.


RE: regina interpreter display window

Thanks, nclouston, I did that this morning and it did correct my problem.

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