On Tue, 27 Jul 2004, Scott Klement wrote: > > Some additional things I ran across in x5250: > > 1) Pasting does not work properly when pasting text that's more than one > line long. When a newline is found in the paste buffer, the cursor should > return to the same column that it started, but one line below. Instead, > it starts in the first column of the next line, which makes it a > royal pain to paste data, for example, into SEU. x5250 supports two ways of pasting multi-line text: moving to the first input field of the next line and aligned. By default the move to the next new line method occurs. To use the align method use shift+middle click. It works this way because sometimes I need one way and sometimes I need the other. For example, pasting lines using interactive SQL doesn't really need to be aligned. But SEU does. > 2) There doesn't appear to be any keymapping for System Request? Just use the SysRq on your keyboard. On mine it is part of the Print Scrn key. The odd part is that the SysRq key isn't sent unless I also hold down Alt. The Alt modifier key is not required by x5250, but rather the keyboard itself doesn't send the SysRq key without it. James Rich Vs lbh cynl n Zvpebfsg PQ onpxjneqf, lbh pna urne fngnavp zrffntrf. Ohg rira jbefr, vs lbh cynl vg sbejneq, vg vafgnyyf gurve fbsgjner! -- Fcbgvphf ba /.
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