Set Up Display Settings for 6530
How do I get to this dialog box?
With a 6530 session open in Reflection, open the Settings window.
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User interface mode Steps Ribbon or Browser From the Quick Access Toolbar, click . TouchUx Tap the Gear icon and then select Document Settings.
Under Terminal Configuration, select Set Up Display Settings.
This dialog box is used to configure display attributes, display speed, and other display settings.
For information about creating and editing macros, using file transfer, logging, and other features, see the 6530 Help available on the Session ribbon Help group.
|Display underline||This item specifies whether the monochrome underline attribute is displayed.|
|Underline special||This item specifies how the underline attribute is displayed. If checked, the character location before an underline attribute field is a different color than the rest of the field. If unchecked, the character location before an underline input field is the same color as the rest of the field.|
|Allow invisible mapping||This item specifies how the invisible attribute is displayed. If checked, invisible attribute fields are visible and therefore can be used to display more colors on the screen. If unchecked, invisible attribute fields are invisible.|
|Display blinking text||If checked, fields marked as blinking by the host will blink.|
|Blink rate||Select the speed at which the blink occurs.|
|Display delay||This item specifies the delay period between receipt of characters and updating of the display. The higher the value is, the longer the delay. For the Telnet access method this is best left at 1.|
|Scrolling speed||This item specifies how many lines of data the 6530 emulation will receive before forcing the on-screen display to be updated when it is receiving large amounts of data. Higher values result in faster scrolling.|
|Allow host color changes||This item specifies whether the 6530 emulation changes the color map when the host sends color change escape sequences. Uncheck this item if you prefer your own color mapping.|
|Display Vertical Scroll Bar||If this item is checked a vertical scroll bar appears on the right side of the emulation screen, allowing you to move through display memory.|
|Note: This is effective in Conversational mode only while in Block mode, the scroll bar disappears.|
|Extra Information||This item determines what is displayed on the far right side of the status line (line 25) as follows:|
|None: Nothing is displayed.|
|Response Time: The time between when a user hits a function key and the next screen appears is displayed.|
|Cursor Location: The current cursor location (row, column) is displayed.|