Thanks Frank,

Got that working yesterday, but unfortunately got loads of other intermittent
problems. Some have disappeared but some remain.

So this morning, I reinstalled xt5250 and started afresh:
The fieldexit no longer works (shows +), and worse the Fkeys dont work (eg F3
shows 'OR', F4='OS'...)
The underlines are gone.

I've put together a tn5250rc, and removed it, to see if that is causing
problems - but it seems to work perfectly:

tssukb {
host=tssukb
env.DEVNAME=LINUX
env.TERM=IBM-3477-FC
font_80=10x20
font_132=6x13
-underscores
map=284
}

The +underscores works, but I'd prefer to have the underlines back.

My xt5250 is as-is with the exception of -name/title:

exec xterm -name "$XT5250_HOST" -bg black -fg white -T "$XT5250_HOST" \
  +sb -tn xterm-5250 -geometry 80x25 -e "$0" -BOOT "$@"

My .Xresources is:
tssukb*color2: cyan
tssuka*color2: yellow

How can I reset the Fkeys, and why did Fld+ work and then stop? I'm fairly
sure it's something I've done because when I first compiled it everything was
fine.

Thanks,

Brendan

On Thursday 23 August 2001 07:47, you wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 22, 2001 at 04:20:27PM +0100, Brendan Bispham wrote:
> > 1) Do I have to restart X for the Xresources to take effect?
>
> No, you can allways merge your .Xresources in the running X with
> xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources
I fi
>
> > 2) Which color is which?
>
> xt5250*color0:                   black
> xt5250*color1:                   red
> xt5250*color2:                   green
> xt5250*color3:                   yellow
> xt5250*color4:                   blue
> xt5250*color5:                   magenta
> xt5250*color6:                   cyan
> xt5250*color7:                   white
> xt5250*color8:                   black
> xt5250*color9:                   red, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color10:                  green, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color11:                  yellow, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color12:                  blue, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color13:                  magenta, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color14:                  cyan, with highlight attribute
> xt5250*color15:                  black
>
> Original color attribute BLUE is mapped in cursesterm.c to
> CYAN+highlight, so color4 is never reached, but color14 instead.
> I think, this should be fixed and the mapping of colors using
> X-Resources should be documented somewhere (HOWTO?).
>
> --
> Esda Feinstrumpffabrik GmbH
> Frank Richter, Leiter EDV
> Hauptstr. 76, D-09392 Auerbach
> E-Mail: frichter@esda.com


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