Right.  Makes sense.  

But 5250 and V3R2 offers scroll bars, pushbuttons, and radio buttons.  (I spent this afternoon playing with radio buttons now that I know they are there, and they are real radio buttons, working exactly as I expect a radio button group to work.)

The design parameter changes with bars and buttons available but in return the application becomes much more intuitive to new users and shortens their learning curve.   That is a value in shop or a shop with turnover issues.

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Our new development dollars aren't being allocated to add any bells to
5250 displays.  They will have to live with whatever V3R2 and the
TN5250e client can handle.

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