Advanced Options Dialog Box for VT Terminal Types
How do I get to this dialog box?
Open a VT terminal session and then open the Settings dialog box.
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User Interface Mode Steps Ribbon or Reflection Browser With a session open in Reflection, from the Quick Access Toolbar, click . TouchUx Tap the Gear icon and then select Document Settings.
Under Terminal Configuration, select Configure Terminal Settings.
Click Terminal Setup.
On the Terminal Setup dialog box Emulation tab, click Advanced.
These options change depending on the terminal type selected.
|User features locked
|Select to lock the following items so that they cannot be changed by the host:
|• Tab stops
|• Keyboard lock
|• Screen background
|• Scrolling speed
|• Auto repeat
|User-defined keys locked
|Select to prevent the host from clearing or redefining user-defined keys. This value is not saved with your session document.
|Select a status line type.
National Replacement Character Set
|National Replacement Character Set
|Available only when, from the Terminal Setup dialog box, ISO-Latin 1 or DEC Supplemental is specified as the Host character set.
|Select one of the 12 national replacement character sets built into Reflection. National replacement sets are used in 7-bit operating environments, when characters from the supplemental character sets cannot be accessed by 8-bit codes. Each national replacement set replaces certain characters from the ASCII set with accented characters and symbols for a specific national language.
|Use NRC (7-bit) Set
|In an 8-bit operating environment, you can enable a national replacement set with this option.
|If the host expects an answer in response to an
ENQ character, type the answer here.
|Insert special characters
|Select to allow escape sequences and ASCII control codes in the message (for example, press Enter to include a CR character).
|Select to cause the answerback message to be sent to the host automatically after a communications line connection. You may transmit the answerback message at any time by pressing Alt+F7 (this method of sending the message replaces the VT320 keystroke Ctrl+Break).
|Click to clear the answerback message.
|Click to replace the message with the word \<Concealed>. Once a string is concealed, there is no way to unconceal it; you have to replace the text by typing new text, or click Clear to start again.
|Serial device to host
|Select to maintain a serial connection to the configured port and send any characters received from this serial connection to the existing host connection. This setting is typically enabled by the host application when it is required.
|Click to select and configure a serial port. The Configure button from the Terminal Setup Advanced Options dialog box is equivalent to the Configure button from the Logging Settings dialog box. You can use the button from either dialog box to configure your serial device port.
|Custom DA response
|Select to enter a custom Device Attributes (DA) response and then type a sequence for the response in the field below. The terminal sends this string in response to a primary device attributes request.