Modify Theme Dialog Box for 5250 Terminal Sessions
How do I get to this dialog box?
Open a terminal session.
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 Appearance, select Manage Themes.
Click Modify the currently selected theme file.
Create your own custom theme by modifying and saving an existing theme.
This information is displayed, along with a thumbnail, in the list of themes that appears on the Select a Theme File dialog box.
|Specify a title for this theme.
|Describe this theme.
Make sure any sound file you want to include is saved in a trusted location. Reflection uses the sound files installed with Windows.
|Select the event that will trigger a sound.
|Click Browse to specify a sound that plays when the selected event occurs. Click Play to hear the sound.
|Select a font from the drop-down box.
|Select to apply bold formatting to the specified font.
|Include variable- width fonts
|Select to increase your font choices.
|Unicode zero character setting
|Select a different style of zero, if supported by the specified font.
|Automatically adjust font size to fit window
|When selected, Reflection adjusts the font to fit the session screen. To specify a particular font size, select Specify font size instead.
|Specify font size
|Specify the point size for fonts.
|Displays the specified font and text effects.
|Specify the shape for the cursor.
|Specify the speed at which the cursor blinks.
|Restrict cursor movement
|When selected, cursor movement is restricted to protected fields. Selecting this option helps users navigate within the terminal screen more efficiently.
|Set the horizontal cursor speed. The number indicates the number of character spaces the cursor moves with each "Left Double" or "Right Double" key press. Increase the numeric value to increase the speed.
|Set the vertical cursor speed. The number indicates the number of character spaces the cursor moves with each "Up Double" or "Down Double" key press. Increase the numeric value to increase the speed.
|Show rule lines
|Select to display rule lines, which provide a visual cue to your location on the screen.
|Specify the type of rule lines: a vertical line, a horizontal line, or crosshair lines.
Text Color Mapping
|Click Change to specify the foreground (text) and background colors for all terminal session screens.
|Click Change to specify foreground (text) and background colors for the Status Line, Field Outlines, Message Line, Error Line, and System Request terminal items.