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Hi All, 

I need to preface this with the fact that I know very little about AS/ 400's so I'm sure my terminology is suspect.

Here's my issue. We are currently using tn5250 (version 0.16.5) to connect to an AS400. If a user hits a key that isn't appropriate e.g. hitting an undefined Function key 'X11' shows at the bottom of the screen and nothing further can be done until you hit Control-R to 'reset' it. Using IBM's java applet the X11 shows up, but the 'reset' seems to happen automatically. In other words you
can just keep going if you make a mistake.

Can I recreate that behaviour using tn5250?

And is there any major reason to upgrade to the current version? Other than the 'reset' issue the software is working great and has been for some time.

Comments appreciated

Brian
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