Hi Linda

That does sound weird, and now I have no idea what's up!!

Oh, well, Minnesota Gopher football tomorrow, sold out, temps in the upper 30s - hey, why didn't College Game Day wanna come here!


On 11/8/2019 7:53 AM, Linda Wagner wrote:
Hi Vern,

Sorry, I should've said that I pressed the key that is mapped as Field +, not enter. I double checked and the ACS keyboard is mapped the same as the Client Access one. When I press the key, it right adjusts the field as usual and then throws that error.


message: 6
date: Thu, 7 Nov 2019 17:40:49 -0600
rom: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: ACS emulator - weird problem with numeric entry field
Hi Linda
This is typical behavior when you need to press a field exit key of some
flavor to go on - we get the same thing when editing numeric values in DBU.
Maybe the older client had a setting for this, it'd be nice to have it,
but my memory says that in PC5250 I still have to press field exit or
field + or something like that.
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