Terminal > Setup > Terminal > Function Keys
Thetab lets you select which set of key labels are displayed along the bottom of your screen, and lets you customize eight user keys. A user key definition consists of the following:
A 16-character label (eight characters per line)
A string of up to 80 characters that is produced when the key is pressed
An attribute determining how Reflection processes the string when the key is pressed
This option determines which set of function key labels display at the bottom of the terminal window.
To include escape sequences and ASCII control codes in the user key string, select. If you're using the Tab key to tab through the dialog box fields, you must clear the check box; otherwise you'll insert the ASCII tab character each time you press the Tab key.
The following list shows some examples of keys and key combinations that create certain escape sequences (shown by the two-letter mnemonic that appears on your screen):