• Subject: Re: Infowindow 3488
  • From: Dave Mahadevan <mahadevan@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 15:01:15 -0500
  • Organization: Stoner and Associates

Pat:

Thank you thank you very much.  Your instructions did the trick.  It
looks better on a 17" monitor.   I wish I can get hold of the display
manual so I can review the other functions.  Anybody out there know any
sites where these top secret display manuals are available? and Neil
thanks, I have requested MF20494 from PTF support too.

Pat Barber wrote:

> I can't lay my hands on a VERY obscure document, but I have a small
> manual that came out for the 34XX family. It is the ONLY manual that
> I have ever seen that describes all the different functions of the
> 3488/89 terminals. But anyway, here is what you need to get 132 support.
>
> 1. It MUST be an IBM monitor on a selected list that supports 132.
>    When the 3488/89's came out, it was marketed to support "any"
>    industry standard SVGA monitor. This did not prove to be "quite"
>    correct. You could attach "any" monitor, but they might or might
>    not provide all the features of the IBM monitors.
>
> 2. Assuming you have a good monitor.
>
>    A. Power off unit
>    B. Hold Down space bar and power on(you are now in offline mode)
>    C. Take option 3 to get into "Test Workstation"
>    D. Press ALT F20 to enter a "mode" setting
>    E. On the bottom of the screen a "Mx" appears
>    F. Change this to M5 by pressing Function keys or <-- -->  keys
>    G. Exit out of TEST workstation.
>    H. Turn unit off ..... Turn unit back on.
>    I. Go into offline setup again and get into setup workstation.
>    J. Go through screens and "132 column screen" should be there.
>    K. Enable 132 column screen by highlighting
>    L. Exit out and sign on to system.
>    M. Look at a spool file(you should see 132 columns on screen)
>
>
--
Thank You.

Regards

Dave Mahadevan.. mailto:mahadevan@fuse.net


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