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Re: list of screen "numbers" at bottom

From: Glen Barber
Subject: Re: list of screen "numbers" at bottom
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 09:14:39 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.16 (2007-06-09)

Quoting andrew collier: 
> hello,
> i have just upgraded to slackware-12.0. and, obviously, in the process have 
> lost
> some configuration data... screen used to have, for want of a better
> description, a list of "numbers" at the bottom indicating the number of 
> virtual
> terminals it was managing. now with my new installation these have 
> disappeared.
> i have tried various command line options and read through the man page. 
> either
> i am doing something incredibly stupid or i missed something in the text, but 
> i
> just cannot seem to make those numbers reappear. it is very handy to know how
> many and which terminals you have on the go at any one time, so i would really
> like to get this going again. and i'm sure that the solution is quite trivial.
> please help? thanks!
Do you have anything in your ~/.screenrc relating to a hardstatus?

Try something like this:

        hardstatus alwayslastline "%{bw}[ %?%-Lw%?%{wb} %n*%f %t %{bw}%?%+Lw%? 
]%=%{bw}[ %C %A ] [ %l ]"

This provides more than 'numbers' however.  Perhaps it's something you might be 
interested in.

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