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Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

How do you change the keystroke_to_ADIS-Fucntion? Specifically I want to map Ctrl-M to function 27.

Windows XP -- Micro Focus COBOL Version 3.2.46

RE: Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

This is not helpful. It only shows how to run ADISCF, which I already know. ADISCF only allows me to map an ADIS "key" to an ADIS "function". I want to map a physical keystroke to and ADIS "key". Specifically, I want the mouse to be able to do sommthing during an ADIS ACCEPT. Preferably, I would like it to move the cursor.

RE: Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

Yes, this is exactly what I was looking for. It is in my copy of the book, I guess I was not diligent enough to find it. I hope it works. I'll test it out and get back to you.

RE: Mapping a keystroke to an ADIS function.

I works! Somewhat complex, but that can be hidden in the copybook. You have to Initialize the mouse, Open the mouse, Activate the mouse function, then after the mouse is detected, Read the mouse data. With the example in the book, the mouse moves the cursor if clicked on an input field, but if cliked elsewhere, it terminates the ACCEPT with the Mouse function code in CRT STATUS. This is exactly what I wanted.

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