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Old 03-02-2005, 05:45 PM   #1
nex6
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x3270


Hi all,

I am trying to Map the mainframe keys for x3270. Here is what i need,

page up to PA(1)
page down to PA(2)

and then:

shift + F1 thru F12 = PF13 thru PF24

here is what i have and it does not seem to work:

x3270.keymap: mine
x3270.keymap.mine: #override \
<Key>Prior: PA(1) \n\
<Key>Home: PA(2) \n\
Shift<Key>F1: PF13 \n\
Shift<Key>F2: PF14 \n\
Shift<Key>F3: PF15 \n\
Shift<Key>F4: PF16 \n\
Shift<Key>F5: PF17 \n\
Shift<Key>F6: PF18 \n\
Shift<Key>F7: PF19 \n\
Shift<Key>F8: PF20 \n\
Shift<Key>F9: PF21 \n\
Shift<Key>F10: PF22 \n\
Shift<Key>F11: PF23 \n\
Shift<Key>F12: PF24 \n\

and i am adding this to the bottom of

.x3270pro


any ideas?



-Nex6

Last edited by nex6; 03-02-2005 at 05:46 PM.
 
Old 03-03-2005, 01:48 PM   #2
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silly rabbit trix are for kids,....


sloved:

was the spaces before the newlines \n\

like so:

shift<key>F1: PF(1)\n\

is correct
 
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