Create a set of menu entries

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
.LIST list_name=entry_name[, ...]



The name of the list set (a maximum of 10 characters).


The identifier for a previously defined entry in the menu column.


The .LIST command enables you to group specific menu entries together so that you can enable or disable them as a set.

You use the list_name with the M_ENABLE and M_DISABLE subroutines, which can enable or disable lists of entries. An entry must be defined with .ENTRY before you can include it in a list.


This example groups the jobcost, salesman, smgr, and sched entries into a list named sysmgr.

.list sysmgr=jobcost, salesman, smgr, sched

The second example groups the entries po, inven, and bom into a list named retail.

.list retail=po, inven, bom