Modify Terminal Setup Dialog Box


Modify Terminal Setup Dialog Box

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The Modify Terminal Setup dialog box lets you set up your terminal emulator by modifying the settings in the following tabs:

Terminal Emulation Mode-Specific Tabs—This is specific to the terminal emulation mode that you selected on the Settings menu. Depending on what emulation mode you use, you need to specify emulation mode-specific information for either the ANSI-BBS, SCO ANSI, VT220, VT320, WYSE-50, WYSE-60, or DG-210 mode. Click for more information

Display—This tab lets you specify the various attributes of the WyseTerm window. For example, the number of lines and columns that appear in the WyseTerm window, whether or not the text wraps automatically, the cursor style, and so on. Click for more information

Colors—This tab lets you customize the color of your screen by emulating the color of the host attributes. The colors you set in this tab are not altered by the color settings you make in the Windows Control Panel. Click for more information

Keyboard—This tab lets you modify the characteristics of your keyboard. It also lets you display the Key Mapper which you can use to remap your keyboard. Click for more information

Button Mapping—This tab lets you remap the buttons (user keys) that appear in the bottom of the WyseTerm window (for example, Find or PF1), or add new buttons to the window. Click for more information

Capture—This tab lets you customize when and how captures are made, and to specify where the capture resides. Click for more information

Tabs Stops—This tab lets you specify the number and distance of the tab stops in the WyseTerm window. Click for more information

When you finish setting up your display, save these settings to a WyseTerm settings (.hts) file which you can then load the next time you connect to that host.

  You can also modify any of the settings in the Modify Terminal Setup dialog box using DDE or OLE.