Indigo includes a set of internal commands and an internal command processor that can perform various application tasks. Internal commands are invoked by sending the internal command instruction to a terminal session.
All internal commands (except the cls command) start with a color character.
Send two commands separated by a 3 second pause delay (This example uses the multi-command syntax)
Send a "quit" command, close the connection, wait 15 seconds and then reconnect (This example uses the multi-command syntax)
The Internal Commands feature can be enabled/disabled in the Advanced tab of the Session Properties editor. If the internal command processor is interfering with your terminal session, then you can disable it for the terminal session.