Can we implement a feature so key sequence broadcaster shows a history of previous last 10-20 or so commands like SuperPuTTY shows?
Can you provide more details on how this works in other tools. The broadcaster is a multi-line text field. I'm not sure how a history could be implemented in this case.
Please see the attached picture. It's a drop down list of last previous commands/or common commands, I can't tell for sure. I would have to test. This has come in handy sometimes. I haven't used SuperPuTTY in a long time but this list I think it's max is 9-10 items in here, which I think is sufficient.
That UI makes sense for a single line command but I'm not sure how we should implement a UI for our broadcaster as it allows multi-line text. A combo-box will not be a good fit for that. Any suggestions?
That's a good point. Usually when I'm using key sequence broadcaster it's usually single lines anyways. Maybe only have it so the history shows single line commands ran?
I will see what I can come up with...
got idea and found this old IDEA. Solution can be tabs for commands. Like on attached picture.
Reason for this is that CMD1 one I used for listening and CMD2 for changing command/s. Can be use as history as well.
For one line history I recommend clipboard manager Ditto clipboard manager (open source)
We'd like to have this feature too.
Also, it would be helpful to have something similar to command history but loaded from internal/external source - like TXT with list of commands we can use for broadcaster or commands from notes in RoyalTS...