Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : WYS.MK

 
Output of file : WYS.MK contained in archive : ZMSCRIP.ZIP

: Execute this file with a "source wys.mk" command
: For Pro-YAM 17.47+
echo "Wyse 60 Key Mapping"
display wyse mapkb

: pN1 : Always in NumLock
: pK1 : Extended kbd used

mk :Clear old mapping
:Mapping :PC Wyse
: Mapping for PC mode
mk 255 128 4 "\066" :/ Right shift make */
mk 254 128 4 "\266" :/ Right shift break */
mk 253 128 4 "\052" :/ Left shift make */
mk 252 128 4 "\252" :/ Left shift break */
mk 251 128 4 "\035" :/ Ctrl shift make */
mk 250 128 4 "\235" :/ Ctrl shift break */
mk 249 128 4 "\070" :/ Alt shift make */
mk 248 128 4 "\270" :/ Alt shift break */

:Mapping :PC Wuse
: Mapping for Wyse native mode
mk 584 64 4 "\xB" :Up Up
mk 592 64 4 "\xA" :Down Down
mk 587 64 4 "\x8" :Left Left
mk 589 64 4 "\xC" :Right Right

mk 595 64 4 \177 : Del rubout
mk 583 64 4 "\x1B" : Home
mk 583 65 4 "\E{" : Shift Home
mk 583 66 4 "\E{" : Shift Home
mk 594 64 0 "\Eq" : Ins
mk 593 64 0 "\EK" : PgDn
mk 585 64 0 "\EJ" : PgUp



mk 148 128 4 "\EI" : Back tab
mk 15 66 4 "\EI"
mk 15 65 4 "\EI"

mk 59 16 4 "\1@\r" :F1
mk 60 16 4 "\1A\r" :F2
mk 61 16 4 "\1B\r" :F3
mk 62 16 4 "\1C\r" :F4
mk 63 16 4 "\1D\r" :F5
mk 64 16 4 "\1E\r" :F6
mk 65 16 4 "\1F\r" :F7
mk 66 16 4 "\1G\r" :F8
mk 67 16 4 "\1H\r" :F9
mk 68 16 4 "\1I\r" :F10

mk 84 128 4 "\1`\r" :F1 - shift
mk 85 128 4 "\1a\r" :F2
mk 86 128 4 "\1b\r" :F3
mk 87 128 4 "\1c\r" :F4
mk 88 128 4 "\1d\r" :F5
mk 89 128 4 "\1e\r" :F6
mk 90 128 4 "\1f\r" :F7
mk 91 128 4 "\1g\r" :F8
mk 92 128 4 "\1h\r" :F9
mk 93 128 4 "\1i\r" :F10



  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : WYS.MK

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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