James W Kilgore wrote:
> 
> Booth,
> 
> Go for it! Post the code at any one of the many friendly code host sites
> on this list.
> 
> BTW, I don't recall what level of OS/400 you are implementing this for.
> 
> Under V3R2 I know I can have scroll bars and drop down menus, but SDA
> does not have squat about push down or radio buttons.
> 
> Now, in my little world, my clients have gotten use to the fact that the
> "dumb" system console (a -real- 5250 stream device) is limited in
> function (no application capability) but the emulation products
> typically are centered around a 3197C for twinax wired.

In order to use a mouse, you will need either a 3488/3489 or a pc
but this also brings up another interesting question.... Since several
folks are getting a little pumped about these features, what about the
network stations running regular old 5250 emulation.... They could also
be a source for a better terminal... but not having one attached to a
system,
I don't know how they would handle these "NEW" features... Anybody out
there
got one running that can try this sample that was put together... They
come
with a mouse,sooooo, maybe this is another solution..... with even more
ways to handle additional colors,etc,etc....

As I said in an earlier message... I am pleased to see some people
trying
this out.... We all appear to be learning somthing.... I will research
the SDA question this afternoon....
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