curs_pad - Linux


curs_pad is a command-line tool that controls the cursor padding behavior in a Linux terminal. It sets the amount of space added around the cursor when it moves beyond the normal character boundaries. This is useful for improving cursor visibility and ease of use in various applications.


curs_pad [options]


  • -c, –character-filled: Fill the cursor padding area with a specified character. This character can be any ASCII or Unicode character.
  • -d, –diameter : Set the cursor diameter in characters. Default: 1
  • -e, –extend-on-ends: Extend the cursor padding area beyond the edges of the terminal.
  • -n, –no-input: Disable the command from reading any user input.
  • -s, –style