9.4.3 Emulation tab

UTS 60 SO/SI protected character support

If you are using UTS 60 emulation, select this check box to support SO/SI protected fields in the same way that a UTS 40 terminal does.

SO/SI 8-bit character support

Select this check box to allow PEP to receive eight-bit mode buffers. When selected, the ASCII character SO from the host turns on eight-bit translation and the ASCII character SI turns off translation. While eight-bit translation is on, all characters received up to the ASCII character SI will have their eighth bit turned on (all characters 127 or less will have 128 added to them).

Drop CR after line wrap

Usually, PEP moves the cursor automatically to the beginning of the next line after you type a character in the last column. If an application paints variable length lines on the screen and places a carriage return (CR) character at the end of a full line, an extra blank line will appear.

Select this check box to enable PEP to suppress a carriage return if it occurs immediately after an automatic line wrap, thus preventing the blank line.

Blink data between FS/GS blink characters

The ASCII control characters FS and GS appear as blinking triangles. Select this check box so that the text between the FS and GS characters also blinks.

Beep when BEL character received from host

Select this check box if you want PEP to sound a beep when it receives a BEL control character from the host. Clear this check box if you want a space inserted in the session window when PEP receives a BEL control character from the host.

Disable beep on control page error

Select this check box if you do not want PEP to beep when there is an invalid entry in the control page.

Disable edit beep

Select this check box to toggle the MessageWait beep when you type the ToggleMsgWaitBeep key (defined as <Ctrl><Shift><F9> by default). The status line will reflect the state of the MessageWaitBeep. When the beep is enabled, the PC will continue to beep until the MessageWait key is pressed or the beep is turned off.