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On 11-Jan-07, at 9:52 AM, Brian McKee wrote:
On 10-Jan-07, at 7:15 PM, Scott Klement wrote:
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 c
an be done until you hit Control-R to 'reset' it.
Sure.  Just set the +uninhibited config option.
Looking at the change log I'm guessing this is it
 Add "uninhibited" flag to Tn5250Display, for automatic release of
Input
  Inhibited state when movement keys and functions keys are used.
  Defaults to false for compatibility with previous versions.

OK - so I built 0.17.3 and tried it - only to realize that change note referred to 0.17.4, which seems to be CVS only.

Before I get too much further here - I need this to be reliable - is current CVS suitable for everyday use?

Comments appreciated
Brian
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