If you (or your users) do not have an absolute requirement for IBM's
PC5250 emulator, you might try the open-source TN5250 emulator -- as you
make the window bigger, the font size increases. see:
There is also TN5250j, written in Java, so it runs on many platforms,
and the appearance can be customized quite a bit ... see:
Take a look at the "Screenshots" (in the menu on the left) to see some
of what is possible.
You can open multiple 5250 sessions, each as a separate "tab", a lot
like the way modern browsers support "tabs" ...
All the best,
Mark S. Waterbury
> On 4/4/2014 6:02 PM, Justin Taylor wrote:
I've had a user ask for a larger font for her PC5250 sessions. Does anyone know if that's even possible?