Hi, Thanks for your review of PocketPUTTY. I agree that the biggest problem with the application is that the input box at the bottom of the scrren can obscure the command line. I have a work-around: if you run the screen(1) application at the remote end, and enter the command-mode command
height -d 15
(change the number to suit; 15 works for me), scrolling will take place at 15 lines. The command can be placed in a file in your home directory called, e.g., .pocketputty.screenrc, and you can then run the command
to start scrren(1) at 15 lines height. You can place that command in a shell script in your path called, e.g., pp, which looks like this:
exec screen -c $HOME/.pocketputty.screenrc
Then running pp as soon as you log in will fix your screen. There's an added bonus in that screen(1) provides its own scrollback buffer so you can dispense with the scrollbar too.