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mo v188.8.131.52 Use the fewest possible keystrokes to set DOS or Git Bash window sizes. Resize fast, without a mouse. Sets Console Window & Buffer Sizes, QuickEdit, other options from command line. Setup in two steps: (1) download the mo.zip file, and (2) unzip content into a folder on your windows path. Alternatively, you can fork or clone this project on GitHub, change, and rebuild to make your own complete mo.zip. "mo" also works in Console 2, because Console 2 is a wrapper of DOS and Git Bash consoles. The "mo" program runs on either BCL 2.0 or 4.0 .Net versions. It has been successfully tested on installed .Net frameworks between 2.0 and 4.5 and on Windows XP through Windows 8. This new "mo" solution has been rewritten using guidelines learned in the Manning book Dependency Injection in .Net. This solution structure is similar to UpdateCurrency. It includes fixes and new features since the old "mo" version. The solution was built using Visual Studio 2010. Good luck. boolship email@example.com 29 February 2012 Examples: :: - - - - - - - - - DOS - - - - - - - - - c:\Users\Administrator> mo 1 win lin set 40 win col set 115 buf lin set 2400 buf col set 235 insert set True quick edit set True For help type: C:\Users\Administrator> mo ? ... :: - - - - - - - - - Git Bash - - - - - - - - - Administrator@MYCOMPUTER ~ $ mo Console Status: --------------- Window Size = Lines: 40, Columns: 115 Screen Buffer Size = Lines: 2400, Columns: 235 Edit Options: ------------- QuickEdit Mode: Unknown, Insert Mode: Unknown :: - - - - - - - - -