Ok, I see the radio buttons now that the program works. It's just that as
this is the first time such a display has been used here that it would have
been good if I could have shown the user the screen before developping the
program that used it.

Now I still have a small issue : I have 3 choices displayed horizontally.
As the choice field is the first input field on the display, the screen
starts off with the text to the right of choice 1 highlighted. Using the
Tab button does not select the next choice text as one might expect; you
need to use the right or left buttons. The tab will go to the next input
field on the screen. Also, I can display the screen with the radio button
of the choice furthest to the right selected, although the text of the
choice on the right is highlighted. Seems a little confusing for the user.

Le 1 mars 2012 17:15, Charles Wilt <charles.wilt@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :

The iSeries Access emulator certainly supports enhanced display...

And yes, I wouldn't expect SDA or screen designer to show you the
radio boxes, you'll have to run the program...

Lastly, if you still don't see it, try moving it. The enhance display
stuff takes some extra bytes for teh control codes, if you're trying
to squeeze it in to close to other fields and/or the edge of a window
or screen, it often reverts to the unenhanced version.

HTH,
Charles

On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 9:58 AM, Dave <dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Le 29 février 2012 18:32, Charles Wilt <charles.wilt@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit
:

What emulator?
Personal Communications iSeries Access for Windows

Program PCSWS V6.0

Does your DSPF specify
Enhanced display . . . . . . . . . . . . . : ENHDSP *YES

*Yes it does.

I wonder if the display will be different when the program actually uses
the display file? I notice that in SDA test mode, nothing shows for the
choice field at all. Also, in Screen Designer, a '99' is shown.
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