Synapse 5250 emulations (IP Client and WinAPPC) allow you to turn
off ENPTUI and text-assist features if you don't like the "GUI-like"
effects.  Pop-up windows would then appear as on a "dumb" terminal.

Also, later versions of the products allow you to modify the color
scheme of ENPTUI objects (in the File/Preferences dialog).  Perhaps
you need an update -- which is available for free (as always) from
the Synapse web site www.synapse.com.

AFAIK, Synapse IP Client is the only product that offers both LPD
*and* TN5250E printing.  The LPD printer Daemon makes a dandy print
server as it supports multiple AS/400s, multiple output queues and
multiple PC printers (locally or networked).  If enough demand
develops for it, we could offer printer emulation alone.

If you have any questions regarding Synapse products or have any
problems at all, please contact us via email at support@synapse.com,
call toll-free 1-800-457-5250, or email me directly and I'll see
that your issues are resolved.  Synapse does not charge for
technical support of its products.

Joe Frank
Synapse Communications, Inc.


> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: James W. Kilgore <eMail@James-W-Kilgore.com>
> > To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
> > Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 8:15 PM
> > Subject: Re: 5250 Emulators
> >
> >
>
> > 3) Synapse, IMO, has the best printer session emulation of the three that
> I
> > use.  I work in a mixed world
> > ("real" terminals and emulators at the same site) and I need something
> > that looks the same everywhere.  This is not it.  It's a small thing, but
> for
> > example:  I have a popup window with a white border, black background,
> > green text.  The window title is in the border.  Black letters against a
> white
> > background.  With Synapse it has no border, a dark blue title bar where
> > you can't read the black print, gray background and lime green text.  Also
> the
> > hex codes for showing a red progress bar don't work.  Great printer
> session
> > though.  I wish I could buy it separately.
>
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