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lo_xii Absent Member.
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Usage of Graphical Terminal Keyboard

Good Day,

I am moving from Extra! X-treme to Reflection Desktop for Terminal emulation to our Mainframe.

With Reflection, there is a possibility to show or hide the on-screen terminal keyboard for the current host session.
The default graphical terminal keyboard is a QWERTY keyboard.
There are a few other prebuilt keyboard but no one in AZERTY.
Is it possible to have an AZERTY prebuilt keyboard ? and how?

Moreover, displaying this graphical terminal keyboard corrupts the physical keyboard properties.
The physical keyboard stays in AZERTY for the letter digits but the number digits are changed to QWERTY property.
Anyone experiencing the same problem?

Thanks
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vfast Absent Member.
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Re: Usage of Graphical Terminal Keyboard

Hi lo_xii,

This request is certainly a possibility, especially if IBM keyboard layouts have been organized this way.

Please contact Micro Focus Customer Care (support2@microfocus.com) so that an official feature request record can be generated. For this we will need to know your name and the name of the company that licenses Extra or Reflection. If you personally are not already an approved contact for Micro Focus support services, you may be redirected to the person within your company who is assigned to work with our support engineers, so you may want to ask around to see who this person might be for your company.

vfast
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