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Procomm commands

Procomm commands

Procomm commands

(OP)
Thanks for the recent helpful replies!
I am using DOS Procomm to program the Definity system. Does anyone know how to send "Enter" (as in enter & save) or "HELP" to the definity?
I figured out that cancel is F-1, but cant seem to guess the other 2!

Thanks

RE: Procomm commands

Hi,

enter is f3 and help is f5.

Hope this helps,

Chris

RE: Procomm commands

Also F7 next page, F8 previous page.



-CL

RE: Procomm commands

Hi
As I already said you,
I like DOS Procom because it looks like standart Definity Terminal where I can press Enter for Enter and Cancel(key /) for Cancel  and  normaly PageDn, PageUp. To do so you just need to change key mapping options.
Press Alt+F8 in Procom PLus and set combination:

                         KEYPAD -    ^[OM                        (Help)
                         KEYPAD /    ^[Ow                        (Cansel)
                         PgUp          ^[[V
                         PgDwn        ^[[U
                         KEY  ENTER  ^[SB

good luck

RE: Procomm commands

Procomm Plus and so are already available as free shareware, so why not use it? Lot's of options in Rel.4.0...

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: Procomm commands

When using procomm set the terminal emulation in Procomm to 4410 or AT4410.

When you log in to the DEFINITY or AUDIX or Intuity AUDIX or CMS when the system prompts for the terminal type enter 4410 and all your function keys are mapped automatically


Please let me know if the information that was provided is helpfull.
Edwin Plat
A.K.A. Europe

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