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Old 10-30-2013, 08:00 AM   #1
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Does terminal have csr capability


I understand I can create a scroll region on my screen by establishing it using tput csr. As I understand it csr is not in every terminal's capability. Is there a way to find if this terminal has that capability?
I tried tput csr 10 20 but the test was inconclusive.
 
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the test was inconclusive.
insufficient data.

open a|the terminal and type, or input
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tput csr 10 20
 
Old 10-30-2013, 07:02 PM   #3
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OK I repeated the command at the terminal and got same thing.
Instead of a scrolling region between lines 10 and 20 I get the cursor homing to 0,0. I tried enter-key 21 times and on a 24 line screen when it gets to line 21 it begins to scroll.
 
  


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