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Additional set commands

Main window options

 

SET MAIN.OUTINPUTDATATOSCR <value> - Output data sent on &screen

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.AUTOSCROLL <value> - Auto-scroll monitor window

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.COM1VISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the COM port #1 toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.COM2VISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the COM port #2 toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.COMBOVISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the COM port management toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.STATUSVISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the line status toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.BUTTONSVISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the quick access toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.STATESVISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the additional toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.SHORTCUTSVISIBLE <value> - Visibility of the shortcuts toolbar

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.PARSEXX <value> - Parse #XX Hex codes

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.PARSEASCII <value> - Parse ASCII codes with framing characters

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.DIFFERENTSETT <value> - Use different settings for each program instance

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.PORT <value> - Avalaible COM port number

Value:

0 - COM1
1 - COM2
etc..

 

SET MAIN.SPEED <value> - COM port baud rate

Value:

0 - 110
1 - 300
2 - 600
3 - 1200
4 - 2400
5 - 4800
6 - 9600
7 - 14400
8 - 19200
9 - 38400
10 - 56000
11 - 57600
12 - 115200
13 - 230400
14 - 460800
15 - 921600
16 - 15600 (custom baud)
17 - 28800 (custom baud)

 

SET MAIN.BITS <value> - Number of data bits

Value:

0 - 5
1 - 6
2 - 7
3 - 8

 

SET MAIN.PARITY <value> - Parity

Value:

0 - None
1 - Odd
2 - Even
3 - Mark
4 - Space

 

SET MAIN.STOPBITS <value> - Stop bits (1.5 will be exposed automatically for 5 data bits and 2 stop bits)

Value:

0 - 1
1 - 2

 

SET MAIN.DELAY <value> - Data output delay (in miliseconds)

Value: Data output delay (in miliseconds)

 

SET MAIN.AUTO <value> - &Auto delay

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.COMMAND <value> - Input string. Enter data and press 'Enter' (F4)

Value: Input string. Enter data and press 'Enter' (F4)

 

SET MAIN.OUTRECEIVEDTOFILE <value> - Output data received to a file

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.OUTINPUTDATATOFILE <value> - Output data sent to a file

Value: True, False

 

SET MAIN.OUTSYSDATATOFILE <value> - Output system events (in the spy mode) to a file

Value: True, False

 

 

Data flow control

 

 

Hardware flow control

 

SET USEDTR <value> - Use DTR

Value: True, False

 

SET USERTS <value> - Use RTS

Value: True, False

 

SET REQUIREDSR <value> - Require DSR

Value: True, False

 

SET REQUIRECTS <value> - Require CTS

Value: True, False

 

 

Software flow control

 

SET FLOWCONTROL <value> - Software flow control

Value:

0 - None
1 - On receiving
2 - On transmitting
3 - Both

 

SET XOFFCHAR <value> - Character that is sent to disable remote sending (Xoff). You should type string, where each #XX block will be replaced with character with XX hex code.

Value: One or more characters

 

SET XONCHAR <value> - Character that is sent to enable remote sending (Xon). You should type string, where each #XX block will be replaced with character with XX hex code.

Value: One or more characters

 

SET RS485MODE <value> - RS485 interface mode

Value: True, False

 

SET FLUSHBUFFER <value> - Flush incoming buffer on line error

Value: True, False

 

 

For problem drivers only

 

SET IGNOREERR <value> - Ignore non-important port opening errors (for problematic ports only)

Value: True, False

 

 

Signs of end of string

 

SET INEND <value> - Termination string or character while receiving

Value:

0 - #0D - CR
1 - #00 - NUL
2 - #0A - LF
3 - Custom
4 - #0D#0A - CR+LF
5 - #0A#0D - LF+CR
6 - None

 

SET OUTEND <value> - Termination string or character while transmitting

Value:

0 - #0D - CR
1 - #00 - NUL
2 - #0A - LF
3 - Custom
4 - #0D#0A - CR+LF
5 - #0A#0D - LF+CR
6 - None

 

SET CUSTOMSEND <value> - Custom termination string

Value: One or more characters

 

SET CUSTOMREC <value> - Custom termination string

Value: One or more characters

 

SET GB9BIT <value> - 9-bit data transfer format

Value:

0 - Off
1 - Mark parity on send
2 - Space parity on send

 

SET ADDBEFORE <value> - Add before a data packet while transmitting

Value: True, False

 

SET ADDBEFORE <value> - Send data before each data block. You should type string, where each #XX block will be replaced with character with XX hex code.

Value: One or more characters

 

 

File with source data

 

SET SOURCEFILE <value> - The name of a file with data, which will be sent over serial port

Value: 'drive:directory\file name'. If your path and/or file name contains spaces, then you should add double quotes before and after value: '"drive:directory\file name"'

 

SET FILEMODE <value> - File output mode

Value:

0 - Unitary
1 - Repeated

 

SET FILETYPE <value> - File type

Value:

0 - ASCII or plain text
1 - Binary

 

 

ASCII mode

 

SET FILEINTERPRET <value> - Interpret characters in the file like #XX or (depend on the corresponding option) as a character with same Hex code

Value: True, False

 

 

Binary mode

 

 

Reading data block size

 

SET BLOCKFIXEDSIZE <value> - Fixed size (bytes):

Value: True, False

 

SET BLOCKRANDOMSIZE <value> - Random size (bytes min/max):

Value: True, False

 

SET BLOCKFIXEDSIZE <value> - Reading data blocks from the source file with this size

Value: 1..1000000

 

SET BLOCKRANDOMSIZEMIN <value> - Reading data blocks from the source file with this min size

Value: 1..1000000

 

SET BLOCKRANDOMSIZEMAX <value> - Reading data blocks from the source file with this max size

Value: 1..1000000

 

SET BLOCKUNTIL <value> - Reading from a file until occurrence of a termination character

Value: True, False

 

 

Protocol files

 

SET CREATEFILEMODE <value> - Create new file mode

Value:

0 - One file for all data
1 - Data sent and received in different files
2 - Each sent and received packet in a different file

 

 

One file for all data

 

SET OUTPUTFILE <value> - File name

Value: 'drive:directory\file name'. If your path and/or file name contains spaces, then you should add double quotes before and after value: '"drive:directory\file name"'

 

 

Data sent and received in different files

 

SET FILEFORSENT <value> - File name for data sent

Value: 'drive:directory\file name'. If your path and/or file name contains spaces, then you should add double quotes before and after value: '"drive:directory\file name"'

 

SET FILEFORRECEIVED <value> - File name for data received

Value: 'drive:directory\file name'. If your path and/or file name contains spaces, then you should add double quotes before and after value: '"drive:directory\file name"'

 

 

Each sent and received packet in a different file

 

SET DIRECTORYEDIT <value> - Folder for files with data received and sent

Value: '"drive:directory\"'. If your path contains spaces, then you should add double quotes before and after value: '"drive:directory"'

 

SET FILENAMEPREFIXSENT <value> - File name prefix for data sent

Value: One or more characters

 

SET FILENAMEPREFIXRECEIVED <value> - File name prefix for data received

Value: One or more characters

 

SET OVERWRITEFILES <value> - Overwrite existing files

Value: True, False

 

SET ADDNAMESTAMP <value> - Add date/time stamp to a file name

Value: True, False

 

SET FILENAMEEXT <value> - File name extension

Value: One or more characters

 

SET COUNTERFMT <value> - File name counter format

Value: One or more characters

 

SET MAXCOUNTER <value> - Maximum counter value (-1 - no limitations)

Value: Any decimal number

 

SET FILENAMESUFFIXSENT <value> - File name suffix for data sent

Value: One or more characters

 

SET FILENAMESUFFIXRECEIVED <value> - File name suffix for data received

Value: One or more characters

 

SET COMMONCNT <value> - Common counter for received and sent files

Value: True, False

 

SET SEPARATOR <value> - Separator between data packets. You can type any characters here, where each #XX block will be replaced with character with XX hex code.

Value: One or more characters

 

SET ADDBODYSTAMP <value> - Write date/time stamp to a file before writing data and events

Value: True, False

 

SET FILEFORMAT <value> - Format of the file output

Value:

0 - Without any changes
1 - As you see it on screen

 

 

Window view

 

SET STARTMINIMIZED <value> - Start up in minimized state

Value: True, False

 

SET HIDETOSYSTRAY <value> - Minimize to Systray (a panel near clock)

Value: True, False

 

SET HINTBALOON <value> - Hint balloon

Value: True, False

 

SET HIDEMAINFORM <value> - Hide on plugin start up

Value: True, False

 

SET SHOWINHIDE <value> - Display data sent and received in minimized state

Value: True, False

 

SET HIDESTATUS <value> - Hide status bar

Value: True, False

 

SET HIDESCR <value> - Hide window with data

Value: True, False

 

SET STAYONTOP <value> - Stay on top (over other windows)

Value: True, False

 

SET AUTOCOMPLETE <value> - Disable autocompletion in the input string

Value: True, False

 

SET WRAPWORDS <value> - Wrap words

Value: True, False

 

SET LINESCOUNT <value> - Number of strings in a screen buffer

Value: 10..30000

 

 

Font and colors

 

SET HIGHLIGHT <value> - Highlight data sent on screen

Value: True, False

 

SET COLORHIGHLIGHT <value> - Data highlighting color

Value: Data highlighting color

 

SET FONTLIST <value> - Courier

Value: Courier

 

SET FONTCOLOR <value> - Main window a font color

Value: Main window a font color

 

SET BACKCOLOR <value> - Main window a background color

Value: Main window a background color

 

SET COMBOCOLORPROFILE <value> - Default

Value:

0 - Dark
1 - Default

 

SET FONTBOLD <value> - Bold

Value: True, False

 

SET FONTITALIC <value> - Italic

Value: True, False

 

 

HEX view

 

SET COLGRIDLINES <value> - Grid lines color

Value: Grid lines color

 

SET COLEVENCOL <value> - Grid lines color

Value: Grid lines color

 

SET COLOFFSET <value> - Grid lines color

Value: Grid lines color

 

 

Data view

 

SET CHARSET <value> - Charset of data received

Value:

0 - DOS
1 - Windows

 

 

View mode of characters with code

 

SET SYM20HEX <value> - 0x00h - 0x1Fh

Value:

0 - Don't display
1 - As Hex #XX code
2 - User's format
3 - As ASCII character code

 

SET SYM80HEX <value> - 0x20h - 0x7Fh

Value:

0 - Don't display
1 - As Hex #XX code
2 - As same character
3 - User's format

 

SET SYMFFHEX <value> - 0x80h - 0xFFh

Value:

0 - Don't display
1 - As Hex #XX code
2 - As same character
3 - User's format

 

SET SHOWSTRLEN <value> - View received packet length

Value: True, False

 

SET SHOWEND <value> - View string that completes a data packet

Value: True, False

 

SET USERFORMAT <value> - User view mode of characters with code < 20 Hex %d - decimal value of character code %x - hexdecimal value %.2x - hexdecimal value with leading zero

Value: One or more characters

 

SET FRAMEBEGIN <value> - Beginning characters of a frame for an ASCII code

Value: One or more characters

 

SET FRAMEEND <value> - Ending characters of a frame for an ASCII code

Value: One or more characters

 

 

HEX window view

 

SET BYTESROW <value> - Bytes per row

Value: 1..128

 

SET BYTESCOL <value> - Bytes per column

Value: 1..8

 

SET HEXTRANS <value> - Translation

Value:

0 - Windows
1 - ASCII
2 - BCD
3 - DOS
4 - Mac

 

SET SHOWOFFSET <value> - Show offset

Value: True, False

 

SET HEXLOWER <value> - Hex lowercase

Value: True, False

 

SET SWAPNIBBLES <value> - Swap nibbles

Value: True, False

 

SET GRIDLINES <value> - Grid lines

Value: True, False

 

SET BYTESROWAUTO <value> - Automatically calculate number of bytes per row

Value: True, False

 

 

Date/time stamp

 

SET STAMPVIEW <value> - View mode

Value:

0 - Default
1 - Unix syslog
2 - Custom

 

SET CUSTOMSTAMPFMT <value> - Custom view mode of a datetime stamp

Value: One or more characters

 

SET ADDSCRSTAMPSYS <value> - Add to display output for system events

Value: True, False

 

SET ADDSCRSTAMPSEND <value> - Add to display output for data sent

Value: True, False

 

SET ADDSCRSTAMPREC <value> - Add to display output for data received

Value: True, False

 

SET STAMPFRAMEBEGIN <value> - Beginnig characters of a frame for a datetime stamp

Value: One or more characters

 

SET STAMPFRAMEEND <value> - Ending characters of a frame for a datetime stamp

Value: One or more characters

 

SET ADDDATADIR <value> - Add data direction sign to a stamp

Value: True, False

 

SET TIMEOUTINT <value> - Auto-insert a stamp every (ms) in a continuous data flow

Value: 1..65535

 

 

System events

 

SET EVENTS <value> - 0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|11|12|13|14|15|16|17|18|19|20|21|22|

Value: 0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|11|12|13|14|15|16|17|18|19|20|21|22|




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