Example: Color Scheme Scripting
Two different examples are available:
Given a value that matches the name of an existing color scheme in SecureCRT, this script changes the color scheme in the current open session to match that color scheme provided. Name that scheme, press the button, and it's yours. SetColorScheme.py.txt is available for downloading below.
Each time this script is run, it rotates your session color scheme setting to the next color scheme defined in SecureCRT's global color scheme list. Use it as a Logon Script to automatically cycle through your color schemes each time you connect. Boredom prevention, perhaps? Nope! It's a 5x click-reduction efficiency increase. ColorSchemeAutoRotation.py.txt is available for downloading below.
Update: 13 Oct, 2017. Script updated to support new color scheme mechanism introduced in 8.3.x versions of SecureCRT. This updated version of the script should work in both older and newer versions, but if you'd like access to the older method, it's attached below as "ColorSchemeAutoRotation-8.1.x-and-earlier.py.txt"
Consider mapping SecureCRT button bar buttons to run these scripts, as demonstrated in this video.
"Happiness is a nice, easy-on-the-eyes color scheme."
Here's a demonstration of the new color schemes now available in SecureCRT 8.3:
Birds Of Paradise
Last edited by jdev; 10-13-2017 at 10:11 AM.
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