How can the cursor disappear after running G-code ends?

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03 Mar 2022 09:30 #236249 by chen1234
When I run NGC files in different configuration interfaces, I found that in some configuration interfaces, the G code program runs to the previous line of M2 and the cursor stops and remains, while in other configuration interfaces, the G code program runs to the previous line of M2 and the cursor stops and then disappears .
I want to realize the function that the M2 cursor disappears or the cursor stays in the line of M2, where should I look? Hope someone can give me a hint.
   
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03 Mar 2022 11:40 #236256 by tommylight
In a terminal before and after cursor disappears:
lsusb
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03 Mar 2022 17:25 #236281 by HansU
@chen I assume with cursor you are meaning the highlighted line in the G-Code?
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04 Mar 2022 01:29 #236304 by chen1234

@chen I assume with cursor you are meaning the highlighted line in the G-Code?
 

thanks ,hansu
Yes, what I want to express is G-code highlighting, I use Google Translate, maybe some words are not accurate, sorry.
I would like to know how to go about setting the G-code display line?
There is one more small problem. My custom code (M100-M199) and remapping code cannot be highlighted at runtime, how do I set this up?
Below is part of my code:
remap.py:
def m702(self, **words):
    yield INTERP_EXECUTE_FINISH 
    if self.task:
            a = str(words['f'])
            b = str(words['p'])
            c = str(words['q'])
            par = str(a+' '+b+' '+c)
            print ('parameters=',str(a+' '+b+' '+c))
            main = "/home/xhiqi/linuxcnc-dev/nc_files/e1803/M108C"     #Executable path 
            os.system(main +' '+ par)
M-code
#!/bin/bash

p=$1  
q=$2  

~/.../../BBB  $p $q   #Executable path 
exit 0
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04 Mar 2022 08:12 #236319 by HansU
I think this belongs to a general problem that G- and M-Codes which don't do any motion are not highlighted at all.
It is also an issue that bothers me.

Hans
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