That problem seems to be fixed (thank you!), but now I'm running into 
another error that is a little harder to reproduce.  I had a couple of 
sessions opened, changed the font and resized the window a couple of 
times, minimized the windows and left them for a while.  Another user had 
this problem also and could not reproduce it either.





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Hi Sharon,

> Launch a 5250 session, then reposition the cursor somewhere within the
> "green screen" part of the window.  You are then unable to select any 
menu
> options, and the program will crash if you click in the blue part of the
> window at the very top.

Ooops.. I guess I didn't test my code very well!  I've committed a fix to 
this problem to CVS.

> All I downloaded and recompiled was the updated winterm.c file - are any
> others needed?

Nope, that's the only one that needed to be changed.

Please download winterm.c again, and see if my changes solve the problem 
for you.  Let me know how it works, or if I created any new bugs :)

Thanks


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