Specify Edit Options
Edit options to use for different copy, paste and cut operations.
Select text by left-clicking and dragging over it with the mouse or by pressing and holding the shift key while modifying the selection with the arrow keys. By default, different terminal types use different selection modes when copying text. VT terminals use a linear selection mode while all others use block mode selection. To toggle between block and linear selection modes on any terminal type, press and hold down the Alt key, then select the text.
Copy input fields only -. Select this option to only copy data from input fields. Data from protected fields is replaced with spaces when placed on the clipboard.
Use entire display when there is no selection - This option applies the Copy command to the entire terminal display when nothing is selected.
Choose Paste to write the contents of the clipboard at the cursor location.
Skip protected fields - Specifies how pasted text is mapped onto the screen:
If unselected (the default), the text is interpreted as a linear stream that can contain new lines and delimiters and is pasted accordingly.
If selected, the text is interpreted as a host screen data and overlaid onto the current screen starting at the current cursor position. Where the current screen contains an unprotected field, the source text is pasted; where the current screen contains a protected field, the source text is skipped.
Wrap to next field on current line - Select this option to have data pasted from the clipboard fill as much of the current field as possible. Any remaining data will be pasted to the next field on the same row, until the end of the row or the data has been exhausted. If Wrap text to next line is also selected, additional data will be pasted to subsequent fields on the next row, and the data is aligned vertically with the starting cursor position.
Wrap to next line - If selected, the Paste command fills the first field with as much Clipboard data as the field will hold. Any remaining text is pasted to the line immediately below, assuming it is writable (for example, an input field). Otherwise, the remaining text is truncated. Subsequent lines of data are pasted to align vertically with the starting cursor position.
By default, this option is not selected and text that overflows the field is truncated.
Restore starting cursor position after paste - By default, the host cursor is positioned at the end of the data following a paste operation. Select this option to restore the host cursor to its starting position after the paste operation is complete.
The Cut operation is available for all supported terminals except for VT host types. Select the area you want to cut, then click the button on the toolbar. You can use either the context menu or key combination to cut the data from the screen and save it to the clipboard. Data in protected fields is copied to the clipboard but is not removed from the screen.
Commonly used key combinations for editing functions are supported in HACloud. These keys pass through to the browser, which generates the appropriate editing functions.
|Key combination||Host type||Action|
|Ctrl + C||3270, 5250, UTS, T27, and ALC||Copy|
|Ctrl + V||3270, 5250, UTS, T27, and ALC||Paste|
|Ctrl + X||3270, 5250, UTS, T27, and ALC||Cut|
These key combinations are mapped in HACloud to various screen edit actions:
|Key combination||Host type||Action|
|Ctrl + A||3270, 5250, UTS, T27, ALC||Select all text on the screen|
|Shift + Arrow key||All||Change the extent of the current selection|
|Ctrl + Shift + A||VT||Select all|
|Ctrl + Shift + C||VT||Copy|
|Ctrl + Shift + V||VT||Paste|
In HACloud you can use the key mapper to map editing actions to key combinations. You can access Edit actions using a context menu on the terminal by right-clicking on the screen. Editing actions may be restricted by browser permissions. When an action is unavailable to the user, the associated toolbar buttons and context menu items will not appear.