For a quick-and-dirty interim solution, there are plenty of terminal emulators out there that can run in a browser, and provide a GUI look. Even ours can do that, to a limited extent; even though it doesn't even pretend to have full-blown "screen-scraper" functionality, some people have still been fooled into thinking that our "Code on Demand" system for obtaining authorization codes for our products is GUI-native, rather than running in an emulation session (at least, until they left it open so long that it timed out and went to a sign-on screen).


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