Anyone know of an ansi.sys termcap entry that allows the _proper_ way of displaying ansi? I tried the "ansi.sys" entry, and it works perfectly, however it doesn't allow the usage of the arrow keys.
I have an ansi gallery under my Impulse setup, which when connected
via the console (with the console telnet client), it displays fine, however, when I try to use a GUI telnet client like Syncterm or
Netrunner, it doesn't display correctly. And I get garbled screens.
arrow keys aren't ANSI sys stuffs... neither are F keys... they're terminal k s which should be modeled into the terminal program to pick up on...
yeah, wow... the telnet client doesn't do ANSI sys stuff, really... termcaps e a real dance with the wolves... the termcap you use locally or via telnet i not the same termcap as what syncterm and others use... but then again, maybe hat you are having trouble seeing is the >127 characters? the box drawing and rame characters?? if so, that's gonna take some different majik than just a t mcap... that because your terminal is probably running in UTF-8 and may or ma not be mapping those characters to their UTF-8 equivelents...
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