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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
(optional) The number of blank lines to leave at the bottom of the window after it is trimmed.
The .TRIM command tells the script compiler to trim extra blank lines from the end of the window and redefine the window height given in the .WINDOW or .INPUT command. If #lines_to_leave is omitted, all blank lines will be trimmed.
If you have an empty window and either omit #lines_to_leave or specify a value of 1, UI Toolkit will create a one‑line window.
The displayed height cannot be less than one line, so .TRIM cannot reduce a window to 0 lines.
This example trims all blank lines but one from the bottom of the window.
.window h_general, 5, 40 .placement 1,1 .text mytext, position(1,1) This window is trimmed to three lines, with the last line blank .trim 1