Displays the workstation's state.
To list the workstation's state,
The output format of F is workstation dependent; a sample output is shown below.
Video Status for Your Workstation Image Frame(s) Graphics Frame(s) Number Available nn nn Current nn (Opp=nnn) nn Loop Bounds n to n / Random n to n Visible (K & W toggle) Yes/No Yes/No Connected (Y & J toggle) Yes/No Yes/No Looping (L toggle) Yes/No Yes/No Cursor parameters: Size= nnn / nnn Type=cursor type Center position= nnn / nnn Color=color Image frames nn - nn and Graphics frames nn - nn are nnnn BY nnnn.
If you use command LB to set image or graphics loop bounds, the table indicates the loop bound set. If you use command LS to set the loop bounds, random looping is in effect. In this case, you can enter LS or LS G to list the current loop definition.
The final lines of the output information describe the number and size of the image and graphics frames. Add new frames with the MAKFRM command.
Use commands K, W, J, Y and L to toggle elements of the loop control system on and off. Command K toggles the image. W toggles the graphics. J toggles the graphics loop control. Y toggles the image loop control. L toggles the image and graphics looping.