At 09:13 PM 9/8/97 -0400, you wrote:
>I couldn't find a way to remap the keys.  I think we may be seeing an
>early version; at least I am thinking so.  I'd like to think there will be
>a real TN5250 one of these times, or even a TN5250 plug-in available soon
>on an IBM site.

There is a version 2 beta at the site I cited in another message:
http://www.networking.ibm.com/hex/hexprod_en.html

Here's a list of enhancements:

- Improved TN3270 emulation
- TN5250 emulation
- VT52,VT100,VT220 emulation
- CICS gateway applet
- Persistent user configuration
- Error logging/tracing
- File transfer
- Cut&Paste and Print Screen
- TELNET redirection
- HOD host access class library (Java?)
- Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support

Just tried it. Function keys appear to be live, keyboard can be mapped!!!

Wow! All we have to do is ask, right?

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