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How to configure Attachmate Relection

How to configure Attachmate Relection

How to configure Attachmate Relection

I am just starting to use Attachmate reflection as Attachmate extra does not provide ssh
In attachmate extra I was able to obtain a session which displayed several components in different coloours. IE Green when active, red when faulty and white when in standby all on a black background.
When using Attachmate reflection I can only manage to obtain the status of the components in white on the black background does any one know how and where i would configure the session to display multip[le colors. I have alreday gone into set up terminal/emulation and selected use ansi color in order to change background from white to black

RE: How to configure Attachmate Relection

I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but you can set up different colors in Reflection for different text types (e.g. set normal = white foreground with black background, and set bold = red foreground with black background). Then if you have an application that writes to the screen, you can program the application to write in bold text whenever you want to show red text on a black background.

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