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Permissions Manager Items in 5250 Terminal Configuration

Item Name Sub-group UI Description
AIDFieldExitMode Misc. Enable AID field exit mode
AllowValidThaiInput Turn off validity checking for Thai characters. (By default, when you enter Thai characters in a host application, Reflection determines whether the input is legal according to the rules of Thai character composition.)
AutoIME Automatically turn the Input Method Editor (IME) on when the cursor is in a double-byte input field, and off when the cursor is in a single-byte input field. When it is not specified, the state of the IME does not change in response to the cursor's location.
BDTIgnoreScrollLock Ignore the state of Scroll Lock.
C370CharSet Use the C/370 code page. The C/370 code page provides support for square brackets ("[" and "]").
Caption Specifies the string that appears in the Reflection title bar when running in Classic mode. This string is also displayed on the taskbar when Reflection is running.
CmdPrompt The character or characters in the terminal window, after which Reflection attempts to insert Quick Text.
ColumnSeparator Display Select to use either dots or vertical lines to separate columns.
CommandLineEnabled Specify whether the Reflection command line can be activated (for example, with the Alt-L keystroke).
CountryExtendedGraphicsCode Select to make additional characters available in the configured National character set.
CursorMovementStyle Specifies how the cursor moves between composed Thai characters.
CursorProgressionIndicator Specifies how Reflection responds when the host queries to determine if End User Interface (EUI) enhancements are supported by the terminal. Use only for host applications that use cursor progression and queries to determine if EUI is supported.
DBCSUserDefinedCharacterSource The location of user-defined character fonts.
DisplayMargins Display margins around the terminal window.
EnableHotspots **Displayv Enable all defined hotspots
EnableQuickText Use the Quick Text feature.
EnterKeyRepeat Specifies whether holding down the Enter key is equivalent to pressing it multiple times.
ExtendHotSpots Treat a region to the right of a hotspot as part of the hotspot.
HorizontalCursorSpeed Specify how many character spaces to move the cursor, either to the left (on Left Double function), or to the right (on a Right Double function).
HostBeep Enable host beep.
HostCodePage Host Code page.
HostControlsOutlineColor Set the session so that the host determines the color of field outline characters. When cleared, the color of field outline characters can be configured in the Modify Theme dialog box.
HostCursorBlinkControl Set a session so that the host controls the cursor blink rate.
HostNumlockControl Allows the host to turn NumLock on.
HostTypeAheadControl Honor the keyboard buffering control setting in the user IBM System i user profile.
HotspotsAltKey Activation Under Choose key(s) to press in combination with mouse click, activate the Alt key.
HotspotsCtrlKey Activation Under Choose key(s) to press in combination with mouse click, activate the Ctrl key.
HotspotsDoubleClick Activation Under Choose key(s) to press in combination with mouse click, activate the double-click action.
HotspotsMouseButton Activation Choose the mouse button to activate hotspots.
HotspotsShiftKey Activation Under Choose key(s) to press in combination with mouse click, activate the Shift key.
InputFieldUnderlines Specify how Reflection underlines input fields on host screens.
InsertArena Specify the extent to which the InsertProtocol property applies— to a single field, across multiple local fields, or to all unprotected fields.
InsertProtocol Specify how a character will be inserted.
KeyboardAlarmError Input Beep when keyboard error is detected.
KeyoardErrorReset Input Keyboard error.
KeysDuringWait Specifies whether the user can use the keyboard during a synchronous command. A synchronous command (such as Wait or WaitEvent) causes a procedure to pause until a defined waiting period expires.
MappedNumlockPreservesNumlock Specifies how Reflection behaves if a user presses the PC NumLock key when it has been mapped to emulate the action of a terminal key.
MouseShape Specifies the appearance of the mouse pointer in the terminal window.
NumberMouseButtons Specifies the number of buttons in the Mouse Mapper list.
PreserveEntryMode Specifies whether Reflection remains in Extended Graphics or Hexadecimal mode indefinitely after you enter either mode. From Extended Graphics mode, you can enter multiple graphics; from Hexadecimal mode, you can enter hexadecimal characters.
QuickText The contents of the quick text buffer.
RectangularSelection Specify that dragging the mouse across an area selects only the text within that area. When this option is cleared (unchecked), the selection wraps to line ends.
RestrictedCursor Restrict the cursor to input fields in the terminal window.
RightControlKeyRepeat Designate the right Ctrl key as a modifier key. (A modifier key is used in combination with another key to send a function. For example, Ctrl-F1 is mapped to the Attention key in 3270 sessions).
ShowAttributesAsHex Display field attributes in Hexadecimal format.
ShowBytesRemaining Display the Show Bytes Remaining indicator on the host status line. This indicator displays the number of bytes remaining in the current field.
ShowHotspots Display Show all defined hotspots.
ShowMenuBar Display the menu and toolbar in Classic mode.
ShowOIA Specifies whether Reflection shows operation and status messages in the Operator Information Area (OIA) at the bottom of the terminal window.
ShowSOSIChars Specifies whether to show shift-out and shift-in (SO/SI) control characters on the terminal screen. (This helps to determine where double-byte characters or fields begin and end.)
ShowStatusBar Display the status bar in Classic mode.
StatusLine Specifies the type of host status line for IBM System i terminals.
SubstituteDisplayChars Specify whether zeroes should be displayed with a slash (Ø) or without a slash (0).
SupportDBCSFeatures Misc. Support double-byte character sets.
TextBlinkRate The rate at which blinking text blinks.
TypeAhead Input Select to buffer characters that are typed in the terminal window. When characters are buffered, they are sent to the host as soon as possible. When characters are not buffered, anything typed while the host is not ready is lost.
UseCtrlZ Interprets the Ctrl-Z character as an end-of-file character (when reading a file) or appends the character at the end of a file (when saving a file).
UserDefinedCharactersViatelnet Send User Defined Character (UDC) requests to the IBM System i host when you are connected through Telnet.
WordWrapAS400 Input Enable word wrap.