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Old 08-02-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
esgol
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Question Is there a command for clearing the scrollback in Konsole?


I have searched Google but cant find a command that clears the scrollback so i dont have to eight click each time in kubuntu 10.

The only command i ve found is for clearing command history.

Is there one for the scrollback so i can mix it to my standar "compile && run && clear" coomand?

Thank you

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A personal Solution
Piety nobody knows more on this.
But to not leave a Zombie thread (a forum one :P)
A solution i found is to ad a personal shortcut through Setting>Configure Shortcuts

i put it on ctr+UP arrow key

So with UP i get the previous clear&compile&run command, press enter nd then i re-press UP with cltr hold befroe results appear so the new results will be in a totaly cleared window.

This is isefull only to folks that need to be all day programming and the evade of even the slightest trouble is precious to them.

Last edited by esgol; 08-03-2012 at 08:58 AM.
 
Old 08-07-2012, 05:53 AM   #2
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This is isefull only to folks that need to be all day programming and the evade of even the slightest trouble is precious to them.
Well, I always redirect stdout and stderr to a file. That way I can manipulate the execution output anyway I like. And I don't have to rerun it if the terminal window closes for some reason.
 
  


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