This is an old thread, I've had the same problem for months, and I just
solved it for myself.

In i Access properties, I have it set to a folder of my choosing
("C:\Program Files\IBM\Client Access\Emulator\Private" the old place what
used to be the default some releases ago). I have my pcswin.ini and *.ws
files in that folder.

I looked in the default folder ("C:\Documents and Settings\jeff\Application
Data\IBM\Client Access\Emulator\private") and, lo and behold, there was a
pcswin.ini and *.ws files in there that looked suspiciously like copies of
those from the "folder of my choosing". I blew these files away and viola,
it now works as I expect. (I don't know how they got there, I suspect the
V7R1 install copied them there. Just a guess.)

It's as if even though I say to use a different folder, it still checks the
default folder(s) first.

If you haven't resolved it for you, you might give this a try.

On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 11:11 PM, Joe Pluta <joepluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

The latter, Jack. Specifically I am seeing that I cannot save the
session at my preferred size of 808 x 526. Even though it looks like
its 808 x 526 in the .WS file, the session comes up as 808 x 476 and I
have to drag the bottom down 50 pixels. It's consistent on every session.


Joe, are you talking about when you select 80 column or 132 and then save
or are you talking where you can mouse over to the edge, then resize it??
In both cases do you go back and then save(as) on the the either all
created .WS or create a new one?? The .WS, do you have rights to save
changes to it, I am sure that you do.

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