Settings: Size & Pos

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ConEmu Settings: Size & Pos

Console size and Window position

Show (and) store current window size and position

Auto save window size and position on exit

Apply

Window size (cells, pixels or percents)

  • Normal
  • Maximized
  • Full screen

Width

Width of console window Use numbers for size in cells Use percent sign (e.g. ‘40%’) for monitor-relative size Use ‘px’ suffix (e.g. ‘800px’) for strict pixel size

Height

Height of console window Use numbers for size in cells Use percent sign (e.g. ‘40%’) for monitor-relative size Use ‘px’ suffix (e.g. ‘800px’) for strict pixel size

Window position (pixels)

  • Fixed
  • Cascade

X

Upper left corner of ConEmu in Normal mode This is in pixels

Y

Upper left corner of ConEmu in Normal mode This is in pixels

Console buffer height

Long console output

Autoexpand bufferheight to specified number of lines, while Far executes console commands. Full console output (up to specified count of lines) will be available via Far macro (CtrlO.reg)

Length of backscroll buffer in lines. Maximum supported value is 32766.

DOS applications (ntvdm)

RTEXT

Alignment

Old DOS programs may be run under console sizes: 80x25, 80x28, 80x43 or 80x50. You may force window size selection, or left the automatic selection. This feature is not available in x64 OS.

Center console in ConEmu workspace

Draw console content in center of ConEmu window. Use together with ‘Pad size’

Pad size (pixels)

Create pad between ConEmu frame and console field

Align ConEmu window size to cells

Snap to desktop edges

Lock ConEmu window inside desktop work area

Restore to active monitor

When restoring or sliding-down move window to the active monitor, where mouse cursor is located

Window size (cells, pixels or percents)

Window position (pixels)

Console buffer height

DOS applications (ntvdm)

Alignment

FullScreen mode

Hide tab (and) status bars

Fixed console size