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The Text Tab

You can specify the lines of text that you want to be retained in memory so that you can scroll through it in the window. Options in this group box let you specify the number of lines (24/36/48) and columns (80/132) that will appear in the Telnet window.

DRCS 8-bit

When this radio button is enabled, you define to work in the 8-bit environment and send the 8-bit control sequences and graphic characters (Multinational character transmission mode), including supplemental characters.

In this mode, you can download soft character sets from the host system into the terminal. The soft character set is also known as a dynamically redefinable character set (DRCS). This feature lets you design your own soft character sets for use with the terminal.

You can use the DECDLD control string command to down-line load one or more characters of a specified 94- or 96-character DRCS with a specified logical pixel pattern.

NRCS 7-bit

When this radio button is enabled, you choose to work in the 7-bit environment only. Select one of the 7-bit character sets from the National Replacement Character Sets (NRCS) pull-down list box to allow for country/region's replacement characters to be sent in the 7-bit escape/control sequences (National character transmission mode).

The following NRC sets are available:

  • DEC Special Graphics
  • DEC Supplemental
  • British
  • Dutch
  • Finnish
  • Norwegian/Danish
  • Swedish
  • French
  • French Canadian
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Swiss

In VT100 mode, VT52 mode, or when 7-bit NRCS characters is selected (through Set-Up or the DECNRCM command), only ASCII, NRC sets, and DEC Special Graphic characters are available.

Default Font

Characters in the Telnet window appear in the specified font, size, and colors. Options in this group box allow you to change font parameters used to display text in the Telnet window.


When you press this button, the Font standard dialog box appears. This dialog box changes the font name, style, and size of text displayed in the Telnet window. Also, you can choose a desired font script, color, and effects (strikeout and underline).

When you press the Background button, the Color standard dialog box appears. You can define your color for your background. The Colors tab allows you to customize the color of your screen by emulating the color of the host's attributes. The colors you set in this tab are not altered by the colors settings you make in the Windows Control Panel.

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