Use this command to change the screen font, cursor style and window options. This command displays the Display pane of the Session Setup dialog box. The display pane has the following options.
|Screen Font||The current screen font is shown in the edit box. Click the adjacent Change... button to display the Font dialog box. and make a new font selection.|
|Scale font to fit terminal window||Check this box to have the font size adjust to the window size when you resize the window. If this box is not checked, the font size remains the same when you resize the window. Note: Some fonts are not resizable (for example, fixedsys). This option has no affect if the font cannot be resized.|
|Normal Cursor||Check one of the radio buttons to select the cursor style. Check the Blink check box if you want your cursor to blink. Check the Cross Hair check box of you want a Cross Hair (vertical and/or horizontal rule) added to the cursor.|
|Insert Mode Cursor||Check one of the radio buttons to select the cursor style to use when you switch to insert mode. Check the Blink check box if you want your cursor to blink. Check the Cross Hair check box of you want a Cross Hair (vertical and/or horizontal rule) added to the cursor.|
|Cross Hair Style||Check one of the radio buttons to define the appearance of the cross hair cursor. You may specify horizontal rule only, vertical rule only or both horizontal and vertical rules.|
|Solid terminal window frame||Check this box to have a solid background (instead of the splash screen background) surround the terminal emulation area|
|Display attribute characters||Check this box to display an at sign (@) in each screen position that contains an attribute byte. Attribute byte tips support is also activated. When this option is on, hovering the cursor over an attribute byte displays a small window containing a description of the attribute byte.|
|Display blink fields as reverse video||Check this box to display fields with the blink attribute in reverse video instead of blinking.|
|Display operator information area in terminal window||Check this box to have the operator information area appear as an additional line in the terminal emulation area.|
|Disable optimized screen drawing||Check this box to disable optimized screen drawing. When this option is disabled, the screen is drawn a single character at a time rather than groups of characters at a time. This option may be required for proper rendering of some bi-directional (BIDI) language fonts. (rarely used)|
TN3270 Plus is continually being improved. To learn more about the latest enhancements, please review our Version History web page.