Bummer,  I just started using the Windows version today of 0.16.5 and also need 
to have the ENTER and FIELD EXIT keys remapped from years of dumb tube and 
Client Access use.

The java version has the keys mapped properly but there's a bug when you press 
the scroll key and fill the buffer with the java version and it locks up.  This 
is why I decided to try the Windows TN5250 version.  Looks good so far but I am 
not programmed yet to use the PC ENTER key yet.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paride <tn5250@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Linux 5250 Development Project" <linux5250@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] help key map
Date: Thu, 03 Mar 2005 08:59:49 +0100

> 
> Ruel, Marc-Antoine ha scritto:
> 
> > Currently, the key mapping of the win32 port is hard-coded, 
> > meaning that it requires a recompile to change the mapping of a 
> > key. I can do a special version of 0.16.5 for you if you want to.
> >
> > I'm currently adding this kind of functionality for the ActiveX 
> > version. I'm thinking of adding this to the win32 port too.
> >
> > Marc-Antoine Ruel
> >
> Ok.
> I launch tn5250 with new dll but it do not permit me to 
> autenticate. The enter key do not produce any result, and ctrl key 
> seems to do "enter" key functions on client access.
> 
> Paride Desimone
> 
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