Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : KERM312.ZIP
Filename : MSK232ZN.INI

 
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; MSK232ZN.INI for MsKermit version 2.32A
; Enhanced emulation of VT102 keypad on Zenith laptop Z-181
; by Timo Salmi Thu 29-Dec-1989

; Change the baud rate and port as relevant:
; set baud 1200 ;Not relevant for my current modem, use if appropriate
set port com1

; If your host is a Unix system, even parity is a good choice for
; binary Kermit transfers. You may have to set also the C-Kermit of
; your host to comply.
; With many other hosts, such as VAX/VMS, usually omit the parity,
; or use set parity none
set parity even

set terminal wrap on ;Wrap long lines
set display 7-bit ;Ordinary ascii
set dump f:\kermit.scn ;Screen image destination (see alt G later)

comment F1 (GOLD) (F1-F4 could be omitted since they are defaults)
set key \315 \Kgold ;This sets F1 key to act as VT102 gold (PF1) key

comment F2 (HELP)
set key \316 \Kpf2 ;This sets F2 key to act as VT102 help (PF2) key

comment F3 (find next/find)
set key \317 \Kpf3 ; and so on ...

comment F4 (delete line, undelete line)
set key \318 \Kpf4

comment Keypad 7 (page/command)
set key \839 \Kkp7

comment Keypad 8 (sect/fill)
set key \840 \Kkp8

comment Keypad 9 (append/replace)
set key \841 \Kkp9

comment Keypad * (find next/find)
;set key \311 \Kkpminus (was delete word/undelete word in 231)
set key \311 \Kpf3

comment Keypad 4 (advance/bottom)
set key \843 \Kkp4

comment Keypad 5 (backup/top)
set key \844 \Kkp5

comment Keypad 6 (cut/paste)
set key \845 \Kkp6

comment Keypad - (HELP)
;set key \330 \Kkpcoma (was delete char/undelete char in 231)
set key \330 \Kpf2

comment Keypad 1 (word/change case)
set key \847 \Kkp1

comment Keypad 2 (end of line/delete eol)
set key \848 \Kkp2

comment Keypad 3 (char/specins)
set key \849 \Kkp3

comment Keypad + (delete word/undelete word)
;set key \334 \Kkpenter (was enter/subs in 231)
set key \334 \Kkpminus

comment Keypad 0 (line/open line)
set key \850 \Kkp0

comment Keypad . (select reset)
set key \851 \Kkpdot ;Numeric dot
;set key \319 \Kkpdot ;F5

comment DEL (delete char/undelete char)
;set key \339 \10 (was linefeed in 231)
set key \339 \Kkpcoma

comment BackSpace (must be restored if ansi.cmd has been used)
set key \270 \127

; inactivate F5-F10 (they have default functions)
set key \319 ; F5
set key \320 ; F6
set key \321 ; F7 will be defined later below
set key \322 ; F8
set key \323 ; F9 will be defined later below
set key \324 ;F10 will be defined later below
; also inactivate shift F1-F10
set key \852
set key \853
set key \854
set key \855
set key \856
set key \857
set key \858
set key \859
set key \860
set key \861

comment F7 (enter/subs)
set key \321 \Kkpenter

; VAX/VMS editing
set key \327 \8 ;Home = to the beginning of the line
set key \335 \Kkp2 ;End = to the end of the line
set key \329 \27\79\117\27\79\120\27\79\116
;PgUp = back up 16 rows (num5 num8 num4)
set key \337 \Kkp8 ;PgDn = advance 16 rows
set key \338 \1 ;Ins = ^A (command line insert on)

; Redisplay commands for Zenith
set key \1399 \Khomscn ;ctrl Home = Up to top of screen memory
set key \1397 \Kendscn ;ctrl End = Back to current position
set key \1412 \Kupscn ;ctrl PgUp = Previous screen
set key \1398 \Kdnscn ;ctrl PgDn = Next screen
set key \323 \Kupone ;F9 = Roll screen memory up one line
set key \324 \Kdnone ;F10 = Roll screen memory down one line

; Commands resembling the layout of Procomm
set key \2408 \Klogon ;alt F1 = Turn on session logging
set key \2409 \Klogoff ;alt F2 = Turn off session logging
set key \2411 \Kdos ;alt F4 = Push to dos
;set key \2352 \Kbreak ;alt B = Send a break (one of the many defaults)
set key \2350 \Kreset ;alt C = Clear screen
set key \2338 \Kdump ;alt G = Append current screen to dump file
set key \2353 \Kholdscrn ;alt N = Screen pause toggle
set key \2335 \Kstatus ;alt S = Display status message
set key \2348 \Khelp ;alt Z = Display connect help message

; Keyboard --> Host
; Scandinavian characters typed from the keyboard are changed into
; their equivalents used by the host, i.e. the 8-bit PC Scandinavian
; characters are converted into 7-bits.
; For German, and other international keyboards, the principle is the same.
; For a U.S. keyboard comment out the translations
set translation input on
set translation input \091 \142 ; [ Ž
set translation input \092 \153 ; \ ™
set translation input \093 \143 ; ] 
set translation input \123 \132 ; { „
set translation input \124 \148 ; | ”
set translation input \125 \134 ; } †

; Host --> Screen
; The 7-bit equivalents used by the host are converted back into the
; 8-bit scandinavian characters.
; For German, and other international keyboards, the principle is the same.
set key \142 \091 ; Ž [
set key \153 \092 ; ™ \
set key \143 \093 ;  ]
set key \132 \123 ; „ {
set key \148 \124 ; ” |
set key \134 \125 ; † }

; Some special settings just for the sake of it:
; If you do not like them comment them away with a semicolon (;) as I have
; done. (Your can comment them away also with the word comment.)
; See MsKermit documentation, or set terminal ? for more details
;set terminal cursor block ;Use a block as the cursor
;set terminal keyclick on ;Drive your colleagues crazy
;set terminal color 0,0,32 ;An alternative way of changing the text green

;Some special features (see MsKermit documentation):
set retry 5 ;I changed this in tskerm23.arc
set send packet 94
set send timeout 20

; Put here any other commands/definitions you wish to make
; See MsKermit documentation, or use ? at command prompt for more details