Rick:
Teklogix has a tool called TSFO that converts screens.  You basically
design your RF device screen, with TSFO and then a copy of the
"conversion map" goes on your controller (9300 or 9400).  When the
controller sees the a screen that has a TSFO definition, it converts the
screen on the fly and presents the newly formatted screen on the RF
device.  I do not know if this will solve your SFLEND problem, but it
might be a good place to start.  Also, have you tried to call Teklogix
tech support.  In the past I have found them to be VERY helpful.
Good luck.
cjg

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-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com] On Behalf Of Rick Rayburn

We're using Teklogix RF devices with a screen size of 16x26 if I
remember correctly (I might be off by a character or 2 at best). Anyway,
I do not seem to be able to find any other display size choices in SDA
other than 27x132 or 24x80...which is okay as the dspf's are all coded
to handle what the RF device is giving us. No problem...except for
SFLEND.

The "+" sign (coded long before *MORE) is displayed WAY out of bounds
(only visible when brought up on a full screen CRT) and I'm not sure if
*MORE would help. Is there anyway to get the "+" sign in bounds or does
the *MORE actually display within the 26 character limit? Any solutions
other than "artificially inseminating it?"

Thanks much.

Rick Rayburn




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