InfoConnect for Airlines VBA Guide
GraphicsScrolling Property
Gets or sets whether sixel images are scrolled.
Syntax
Object.GraphicsScrolling As Boolean
Remarks
A sixel is a vertical column of six pixels used to display graphic images. When this property is set to true, the sixel image begins at the current text position and scrolls the display when the image reaches the bottom margin of the display (the image may also scroll off the top of the display if it doesn't fit). A graphics new line character is sent immediately after the sixel dump, and the text cursor is set at the same position as the sixel cursor when you exit sixel mode.

When this property is set to false, the sixel image begins at the top left of the display. When the image reaches the bottom margin, the display does not scroll, and additional sixel commands are ignored. Upon exiting sixel mode, the text cursor is set at the same position as when sixel mode was entered.

The default value is false.
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