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Some terminals, mostly hardware serial terminals, have a separate area of Some terminals, mostly hardware serial terminals, have a separate area of
-their display that is reserved as a status line. ''screen'' calls this a+their display that is reserved as a status line. Many modern graphical 
 +terminals use the titlebar of the window for such status information.¬†
 +''screen'' calls this a
"hardstatus line".  When ''screen'' starts, it checks to see if the "hardstatus line".  When ''screen'' starts, it checks to see if the
''hs'' termcap capability is set; if so, it assumes that there's a ''hs'' termcap capability is set; if so, it assumes that there's a
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the display is split into multiple regions (see [[Region Management]] for the display is split into multiple regions (see [[Region Management]] for
more details), ''screen'' puts a caption at the bottom of each region. more details), ''screen'' puts a caption at the bottom of each region.
-You can use the ''[[commands:caption]] always'' command to slways display+You can use the ''[[commands:caption]] always'' command to always display
the caption, even if the display is not split.  Just as with the caption, even if the display is not split.  Just as with
''[[commands:hardstatus]]'', there's a ''[[commands:caption]] string ''[[commands:hardstatus]]'', there's a ''[[commands:caption]] string
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-===== Screen resizing despite -A when using PuTTY on Windows =====+===== Screen resizing despite -A when using PuTTY on Windows, iTerm2 on Mac OS X =====
With GNU ''screen'' 2009-05-15 ([[git://git.savannah.gnu.org/screen.git]] :: 9cdf8e20), the resize disable command line option ''-A'' does not work with PuTTY on Windows (0.60). One way to work around this is to disable the terminal feature for remote-controlled terminal resizing in PuTTY. This setting is found in "Terminal" > "Features" > "Disable remote-controlled terminal resizing". After this you do not need to specify ''-A'' since ''screen'' will now force a resizing. With GNU ''screen'' 2009-05-15 ([[git://git.savannah.gnu.org/screen.git]] :: 9cdf8e20), the resize disable command line option ''-A'' does not work with PuTTY on Windows (0.60). One way to work around this is to disable the terminal feature for remote-controlled terminal resizing in PuTTY. This setting is found in "Terminal" > "Features" > "Disable remote-controlled terminal resizing". After this you do not need to specify ''-A'' since ''screen'' will now force a resizing.
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 +The same problem occurs with iTerm 2 on Mac OS X, and the solution is approximately the same: in your profile, select the ''terminal'' tab, then mark the checkbox ''Disable session-initiated window resizing''.
 
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