The prefs_interface_config.gif image shows the iSQL*Plus Interface Configuration Preferences screen. It has an Oracle iSQL*Plus logo in the top left, and the three standard iSQL*Plus navigation icons: Logout, Preferences and Help in the top right, separated from the main body by a horizontal line.
The right hand end of the dividing line contains two selectable tabs. Neither tab is active. They are labelled Workspace, and History.
The body is labelled Interface Configuration, and a drop down menu is displayed on the left side. The first option of the drop down menu, Interface Configuration, is selected. The remaining options are: System Configuration and Change Password. System Configuration has 3 sub options, Script Formatting, Script Execution, and Database Administration.
The body shows the fields and buttons for those preferences visible in the image, but there are more available by scrolling down. The text underneath the body label, Interface Configuration, reads, "Configure settings that affect the iSQL*Plus user interface". At the right hand end of this line, there are two buttons labelled, "Cancel", and "Apply". The visible options are labelled:
History Size, with the text, "Set the number of scripts displayed in the script history". An associated input field labelled, "Scripts" contains the value, "10".
Input Area Size, with the text, "Set the size of the script input area". There are 2 associated input fields labelled, "Width" containing the value, "80", and "Height" containing the value, "10".
Output Location, with the text, "Set where script output is displayed". There are 4 associated options with radio buttons labelled:
Below Input Area, which is selected.
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Output Page Setup, with the text, "Set whether output is displayed on a single page, or over multiple pages". There are 2 associated radio buttons and two input fields. The 2 radio buttons are labelled:
Multiple pages, which is selected.
The 2 input fields are labelled:
Number of rows on each page, with a value of "24".
Text at each page break, which is blank.