The Origin Command Window is used to execute LabTalk script, with options to show command history use auto completion.
It is accessible from Window:Command Window menu item or the Alt + 3 hot key.
You may refer to this tutorial to learn how to use the Command Window to carry out different tasks.
The Command Window consists of two panels:
This panel maintains a history of all script commands issued by the user. By default, only commands that execute successfully are added to the history (though this behavior can be modified using the Preference short-cut menu command in the Command panel -- see below).
Right-click for shortcut menu options:
This command is available when a selection has been made from the command history. You can then save selected lines to a script OGS file for future use.
This command allows you to simply highlight a section of the history and immediately execute selected commands.
This command allows you to copy selected commands from history for pasting into the command panel or to another source such as a text or OGS file.
This command can be used to clear the entire panel or selected text only.
This command can be used to print the entire panel or selected text only.
This command can be used to change the relative position of the history panel so that it appears to the left, right, above or below the command panel. Note that the Command Window needs to be closed and re-opened for the change to take effect.
This panel accepts script command input from the user. This panel is also used to present output from X-Functions, Help content for X-Function commands, and error messages.
This command allows you to save all the text in this panel to a text (.TXT) file on disk.
This command is available when a section of the command line is selected which does not include the prompt.
This command is available when you have selected some Command panel text. This command can be used, for example, to highlight and copy output sent to this panel by an X-function command, so that the output can be copied and pasted into another application.
This command allows pasting text copied from another source -- such as from the history panel, lines of script from a text file, etc.
This command opens a dialog box that provides control for the following: