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dxterm(1X)							    dxterm(1X)

NAME
       dxterm - DECwindows terminal emulator

SYNOPSIS
       dxterm [ flags ]

FLAGS
       Specifies  a  value for a dxterm resource that overrides a default set‐
       ting.  The string has the form resource:value.  You  can	 specify  this
       flag  multiple  times to change multiple resources.  See the X DEFAULTS
       section in this reference page for a list  of  resources	 that  can  be
       changed.	 You can specify both dxterm and shell resources as *resource.
       Specifies the display screen on which dxterm displays its  window.   If
       the display flag is not specified, dxterm uses the display screen spec‐
       ified by your DISPLAY environment variable.  The display flag  has  the
       format  hostname:number.	 The default is :0.  For more information, see
       X(1X).  Is the same as the -d flag.  Specifies that the named  command,
       and any of its specified options, be executed in the dxterm window when
       the window is first created.  This flag must appear last on the	dxterm
       command	line.  Specifies the width, length, and location of the dxterm
       window, in columns, rows and pixels respectively.  This	flag  has  the
       format  [width][xlength][+x][+y].  Specifies that dxterm create a login
       shell rather than a subshell.  Specifies the setup file or  files  that
       provide	parameters that control the terminal's initial settings.  This
       must be a file saved by the  Customize/Save  function  in  dxterm.  The
       default	 is   ~/default.DECterm.   Specify   -setup   ""   to  prevent
       default.DECterm from being read.	 Specifies the size of the dxterm win‐
       dow  in	columns	 (C) and rows (R).  Is the same as the	-customization
       flag.

DESCRIPTION
       The dxterm command displays a window that provides Digital VT320 termi‐
       nal  emulation  and  a standard terminal type for programs not aware of
       the X Window System directly.  The terminal emulator also supports  the
       ReGIS and sixel graphics protocols.

MENUS
       The menu bar contains the following items:

       File Edit Commands Options Print Help

   File Menu
       The File menu contains the following item: Shuts down the terminal emu‐
       lator application (removes all its windows, stops the  process  running
       the emulator, and ends any applications).

   Edit Menu
       The  Edit  menu	contains the following items: Copies the text selected
       from the dxterm	window onto the clipboard.  Pastes text selected  from
       the clipboard into the dxterm window, as if it had been typed.  Selects
       all displayed text.

   Commands Menu
       The Commands menu contains  the	following  items:  Prevents  processes
       other  than the owner process from accessing the keyboard.  Erases data
       recorded by dxterm from the top of the scrolling area.  Clears the dis‐
       play and positions the cursor at the first column and first line of the
       display.	 Changes the size of the window to match the display  so  that
       all  characters	in  the display are visible.  Clears the communication
       buffers.	 Resets the emulator to the original settings.	 For  example,
       sets  the  keyboard  action  mode  to  unlocked	and the keypad mode to
       numeric.

   Options Menu
       The dxterm  setup features are grouped into a number of	related	 cate‐
       gories.	 The  Options  menu lets you access the dialog box for each of
       these categories (these correspond to VT320 Set-Up screens).

       The Options menu contains the  following	 items:	 Displays  the	Window
       Options dialog box, which contains controls that affect the window fea‐
       tures.  Displays the Display Options dialog box,	 which	contains  con‐
       trols  that  affect  the format of the user's current window.  Displays
       the General Options dialog box, which contains  controls	 for  commonly
       changed	Customize features.  Displays the Keyboard Options dialog box,
       which contains controls for keyboard operating features.	 Allows you to
       specify	a  7-bit  National Replacement Character Set (NRCS).  Displays
       the Graphics Options dialog box that contains controls  for  ReGIS  and
       sixel  graphics.	  Displays  the Printer Options dialog box, which con‐
       tains controls that affect printer features.  Saves  the	 current  set‐
       tings  to the file ~/default.DECterm.  Restores the setup configuration
       from the most recently read or written saved setup file (corresponds to
       NVR  recall  on	a  VT320 terminal).  Saves the current settings in the
       file you specify.  Opens a different  saved  setup  configuration.  The
       standard	 DECwindows  file selection dialog box appears, showing a list
       of saved setup files in the current directory.  Selecting one of	 these
       files and clicking on OK (or double-clicking on the file) reinitializes
       the terminal emulator with  the	configuration  stored  in  that	 file.
       Reinitializes  the terminal emulator with the system default character‐
       istics defined by your system.

   Print Menu
       The Print menu contains the following items: Prints  the	 text  in  the
       current	window.	 Prints the selected information.  Prints the informa‐
       tion in the display and transcript as text.  Prints the contents of the
       display	in sixel format.  The Finish Printing option completes a print
       job depending on the print destination. If queued to a printer, the job
       is submitted. If submitted to a dedicated printer port, the job is can‐
       celed. If written to a file, the file is closed. This  option  is  used
       with  Auto  Print mode or Printer Controller mode.  The Cancel Printing
       option stops the print request.

   Help Menu
       The Help menu contains the following items: Context-sensitive  help  is
       information  about  an  object in a window or a dialog box.  To display
       context-sensitive help, choose On Context  from	the  Help  menu.   The
       pointer changes to a question mark. Move the question mark to a menu, a
       button, or another object and click MB1.	 Help for that object appears.
       Displays an overview of DECterm along with help on how to perform vari‐
       ous functions using DECterm.  Displays information about how to use the
       help system.  Displays copyright and version information about DECterm.

   Options Dialog Boxes
       The  Options  dialog  boxes  represent  the  state of the terminal.  At
       application startup, the previously saved state of most	terminal  fea‐
       tures  is  read	from  a	 saved set-up file (which corresponds to VT320
       NVR).  These feature settings  remain  constant	until  you  explicitly
       change  them.   You  can change terminal operating features directly by
       means of the Options dialog boxes.  You can also change some  of	 these
       features indirectly by means of control functions from the host.

       There  are a few terminal features whose state is not stored in a saved
       setup file.  These features are restored to their factory default  val‐
       ues  at application startup, or when you reset the terminal (with Reset
       Terminal or DECSTR).

   Window Options Dialog Box
       The Window Options dialog box lets  you	change	the  following	window
       attributes: Changes the terminal size to match the window size automat‐
       ically whenever the window size changes.	 Changes the  window  size  to
       match  the  terminal  size  automatically  whenever  the	 terminal size
       changes.	 Changes the terminal size to match the size known to the ter‐
       minal driver whenever the size changes in the terminal driver, and vice
       versa.  Displays an 18-point font.  Displays a 14-point font.  Displays
       a  font	that  meets  the  German  Technical Supervision Association (T
       requirements.  Sets a font to a column width of 80 characters.  Sets  a
       font  to	 a  column width of 132 characters.  Adjusts the font to match
       the width of the terminal automatically.	 Changes the  title  displayed
       in  the	title bar.  Changes the title displayed in the icon box.  Sets
       the number of rows and columns that are displayed.  You can select  24,
       48,  or	72  rows  and 80 or 132 columns, or enter a custom size in the
       numeric entry fields.

   Display Options Dialog Box
       The Display Options dialog box lets you change  the  following  display
       attributes:  Saves  lines that are scrolled off the top of the display.
       When you choose Record Lines Off Top, a filled-in button appears to the
       left  of	 the menu selection.  Displays a vertical scroll bar along the
       right side of the dxterm window.	  Displays  a  horizontal  scroll  bar
       along  the  bottom  of  the  dxterm  window.  Specifies that the window
       scrolls vertically so that the cursor is visible.  Specifies  that  the
       window  scrolls	horizontally so that the cursor is visible.  Specifies
       that when the cursor reaches the right margin, new characters are  dis‐
       played  on  the next line.  If you do not automatically wrap text, when
       the cursor reaches the right margin each new character deletes the pre‐
       vious  character.   Specifies  whether  the  cursor  is displayed.  The
       default is to display the cursor.  Specifies whether the cursor blinks.
       The  default  is	 to  have  the cursor blink.  Specifies how many lines
       scroll at the same time.	 Increasing the Batch  Scroll  count  improves
       performance  but	 makes	it  harder to read text while it is scrolling.
       Specifies how many lines to save when they scroll off the  top  of  the
       display	(when  the  Record  Lines Off Top item is enabled).  Sets dark
       text on a light background display.  Sets light text on	a  dark	 back‐
       ground  display.	  Suppresses the status line at the bottom of the win‐
       dow.  Specifies that a host-writable status line appears at the	bottom
       of  the	window.	 Specifies that the text cursor is a block that covers
       the character cell.  Specifies that the text cursor is an underline  at
       the bottom of the character cell.

   General Options Dialog Box
       The  General  Options  dialog box lets you change the following general
       attributes: Turns on new line mode (NLM), which causes the  Return  key
       to  send a line feed as well as a carriage return.  A line feed charac‐
       ter moves the cursor to the start of the line as well as	 advancing  it
       to  the next line.  Locks the user-defined keys so that the host system
       cannot change these definitions.	 Stops the  host  from	changing  your
       customized  settings  for  the  Auto  Repeat key and the Foreground and
       Background display.  Specifies that the arrow keys are set to the char‐
       acters  labeled	on  the keycaps.  The keys are not mapped to any other
       functions.  Specifies that the arrow keys are  mapped  to  application-
       specific	 functions.   Specifies	 that the numeric keypad is set to the
       characters labeled on the keycaps.  Specifies that the application key‐
       pad is set to function as user-defined keys.  Specifies that dxterm use
       the DEC Multinational Character Set.  To use this  character  set,  set
       the  Character  Set mode menu item to 8-bit Characters.	The default is
       the DEC Multinational Character Set.  Specifies	that  dxterm  use  the
       International  Standards Organization (ISO) Character Set.  To use this
       character set, set the Character Set mode menu item  to	8-bit  Charac‐
       ters.   Specifies  the character set mode to be 8 bits for use with the
       DEC Supplemental or ISO Latin-1 Character Set.  The  default  is	 8-bit
       character  mode.	 Specifies the character set mode to be 7 bits for use
       with the National Replacement Character Sets.   The  default  is	 8-bit
       character mode.	Specifies that the terminal operates in VT300 mode and
       transmits 8-bit control characters.  Specifies that the terminal	 oper‐
       ates  in	 VT300 mode and transmits 7-bit control characters.  Specifies
       that the terminal operates in VT100 mode, using	7-bit  characters  for
       both  input  and	 output.  Specifies that the terminal operates in VT52
       mode, using 7-bit characters for both input and output.	Specifies  the
       device  attributes  response  (Terminal	ID).   The  device  attributes
       response lets the host system know specific operating attributes of the
       terminal.  The Terminal ID can be one of the following:

	      VT100 VT101 VT102 VT125 VT220 VT240 VT320 VT330 VT340 DECterm ID

	      The default is DECterm ID.

   Keyboard Options Dialog Box
       The  Keyboard Options dialog box lets you change the following keyboard
       attributes: Specifies whether  the  warning  bell  sounds  when	dxterm
       receives	 a  BEL	 character  (ASCII  7).	  The default is that the bell
       sounds.	Specifies whether the warning  bell  sounds  when  the	cursor
       reaches	the right margin. The default is that the bell does not sound.
       Specifies whether a character repeats or does not repeat when you  hold
       the  key	 down.	 If  you set the Lock User Feature menu item, the host
       system cannot change this  setting.   Specifies	that  the  Ctrl-S  and
       Ctrl-Q keys freeze and unfreeze the display.  If this is not specified,
       the Ctrl-S and Ctrl-Q keys are transmitted to the host as data  charac‐
       ters.  Specifies whether you can make copies quickly by using the mouse
       button rather than cutting and pasting into this window.	 To perform  a
       Quickcopy, select an object with MB2 and then release MB2 to insert the
       object at the current cursor position.  Specifies that a	  left	single
       quotation  mark	(`)  is displayed when you press the `~ key and that a
       tilde (~) is displayed when you press the Shift key and	`~  key	 on  a
       keyboard	 using the North American or Dutch keyboard dialect.   This is
       the default.  Specifies that the `~ key functions as an escape  charac‐
       ter  (ESC)  on  a  keyboard  using the North American or Dutch keyboard
       dialect.	 The default is to display the characters as  labeled  on  the
       keyboard.   Specifies that the F11 key will send the F11 keycode to the
       host.  Specifies that the F11 key will send  an	escape	to  the	 host.
       Specifies that a left angle bracket (<) is displayed when you press the
       angle bracket key, and that a right angle bracket (>) is displayed when
       you  press  the	Shift  key and angle bracket key. This is the default.
       Specifies that a left single quotation mark (`) is displayed  when  you
       press the angle brackets key and that a tilde (~) is displayed when you
       press the Shift key and angle brackets key.  The default is to  display
       the  characters	as  labeled  on the keyboard.  Specifies that the back
       arrow key sends a delete (ASCII 127) character.	Depending on your ter‐
       minal  settings,	 this  usually	deletes	 the  previous character.  The
       default back arrow operation sends a delete character.  Specifies  that
       the  back arrow key sends a backspace (ASCII 8, Ctrl/H).	 The effect of
       this character depends on your terminal	settings.   The	 default  back
       arrow  operation	 sends	a delete character.  Specifies that a comma is
       displayed when you press the Shift key and  comma  key  on  a  keyboard
       using  the  North  American  or	Dutch  keyboard	 dialect.  This is the
       default.	 Specifies that a comma is displayed when you press the	 Shift
       key  and comma key, and that a left angle bracket (<) is displayed when
       you press just the comma key on a keyboard using the North American  or
       Dutch keyboard dialect.	The default is to display a comma.

   7-bit NRCS Selection Dialog Box
       The 7-bit NRCS Selection dialog box lets you select a National Replace‐
       ment Character Set (NRCS) for use when the terminal is in  7-bit	 mode.
       This  selection affects output to the terminal, but not keyboard input.
       To select the keyboard dialect, which does affect input, use  the  Key‐
       board  dialog box from the Session Manager's Customize menu.  For exam‐
       ple, to use the Spanish NRCS, select the keyboard in the	 Session  Man‐
       ager and also select the Spanish NRCS in DECterm.

       To select a character set, click MB1 on the desired entry.  The choices
       are:

       North American Flemish Canadian (French) British	 Danish	 Finnish  Aus‐
       trian/German Dutch Italian Swiss (French) Swiss (German) Swedish Norwe‐
       gian Belgian/French Spanish Portugese

       The default character set is North American.   The  Dutch  NRCS	is  no
       longer  supported;  selecting  Dutch  is	 equivalent to selecting North
       American.

   Graphics Dialog Box
       The Graphics Options dialog box lets you change the following  graphics
       attributes:  Controls  whether dxterm uses shared, read-only colors for
       graphics.  The default is Off, but the option is forced to  On  if  the
       hardware	 color	map  is read-only.  Specifies whether dxterm creates a
       pixmap to allow graphics to be redrawn when the window is exposed.  The
       default	is  On.	  Enables  the	ReGIS  macrograph report command.  The
       default is Off.	Controls the number of bit planes used	for  graphics.
       VT240  emulation	 requires 2 planes; VT340 emulation requires 4 planes.
       On systems with fewer than 8 hardware planes, the default is 2  planes;
       on systems with 8 or more hardware planes, the default is 4 planes.

   Print Options Dialog Box
       The  Printer  Options  dialog box lets you change the following printer
       attributes:

       Specifies that a queued printer selected in the Options...  dialog  box
       should  be  used	 as the printing destination.  By default, the Printer
       Port option specifies the local printer port.  To choose another	 port,
       enter  the  device name in the text entry box.  By default, information
       printed on the screen does not create a file.  Choosing the File option
       saves  the  printed output to a file.  By default, the None option dis‐
       cards the queued job.  To print characters use the Print Screen key  or
       use  escape sequences.  By default, a line of information is printed if
       the cursor leaves that line because of an LF, VT, FF, or autowrap.   By
       default,	 each character is printed as it is received. If not selected,
       the character is displayed.  By default, the information on the display
       is printed not including information stored in the transcript or status
       line.  By default, the information in the transcript  followed  by  the
       information  on	the  display  is printed.  By default, the information
       stored in the scrolling region of the display is printed.  By  default,
       the information in the selected region of the display and transcript is
       printed.	 By default, only national characters are printed. Other char‐
       acters are either converted to the corresponding national characters or
       the characters are not printed.	By default,  national  characters  and
       line  drawing  characters  are printed.	By default, all characters are
       printed, including multinational and technical characters.  By default,
       a FF is added at the end of each page.  Alternately, an escape sequence
       can be used.  By default, any character read on	the  printer  port  is
       sent  back  to the host application. This option is available only when
       the print destination is a printer port	device	rather	than  a	 print
       queue  or  a file.  By default, graphics (bitmap) and text are printed.
       By default, the graphics background color is printed.   Omitting	 back‐
       ground  color  saves  ink  and  toner and maximizes printing speed.  By
       default, a sixel introducer that omits the macro parameter is selected.
       This  option  does  not use the Sixel Set Attributes command to set the
       aspect ratio and the horizontal grid  size.  As	a  result,  the	 sixel
       aspect  ratio  is  2 to 1 and the horizontal grid size is approximately
       188 x 0.025 mm (7.5 x 0.001 inches).  By default, a sixel aspect	 ratio
       of  1  to  1  with  a variable grid size is printed using the Sixel Set
       Attributes command (available with Level 2 printers).   By  default,  a
       sixel  introducer with the 9-macro parameter is selected.  This results
       in a sixel aspect ratio of 1.02 to 1.  By default, a compressed	graph‐
       ics  image  is  printed.	 In Portrait mode, the output fits on an 8 x 5
       inch page.  By default, an expanded image is printed. In Portrait mode,
       the  image  fits	 on  a	13-inch	 page.	By default, an expanded image,
       rotated 90-degrees, is printed. The output fits on a 8 x 5  inch	 page.
       By  default,  the  Monochrome  Printing	option	prints	in  black.  By
       default,	 the  Color  Printing  option  prints  color  output.  DECterm
       includes	 a  color map in virtual memory to allow color printing from a
       monochrome system.  By default, the HLS Color Syntax  option  specifies
       hue, lightness, and saturation (HLS).  By default, the RGB Color Syntax
       option selects a red, green, and blue (RGB) format when printed.

X DEFAULTS
       The dxterm application uses the values in the .Xdefaults file when  you
       logged  in and uses the appropriate resource specification to customize
       the appearance or characteristics of its displayed dxterm window.   The
       format for a resource specification in the .Xdefaults file is:

       [name.]resource:	  value	 Specifies  the	 application  name or the name
       string that restricts the resource assignment to that application or to
       a  component of an application.	If this argument is not specified, the
       resource assignment is globally available to all X applications.	 Spec‐
       ifies  the  X  resource.	 Specifies the value that is to be assigned to
       the resource.

       In most cases, the period (.) delimiter should be replaced by an aster‐
       isk (*).	 For more information, see X(1X).

       Because	each toolkit-based application can consist of a combination of
       widgets (for example, push buttons and a scroll bar), you can form  the
       name string by adding widget class and name identifiers to the string.

       For dxterm, the application class is DXterm and the application name is
       the name that was specified on the command line (usually dxterm).

       For dxterm, the available name identifier is terminal.  This name iden‐
       tifier specifies the work area of the dxterm window.

       In  addition  to	 the  general resources listed in X(1X), the resources
       available for the dxterm work area are: Specifies that  dxterm  selects
       the  normal  or condensed font based on the number of columns selected.
       The default is On.  If On, the program  can  change  the	 size  of  the
       dxterm  window.	If Off, you can specify a fixed size with the geometry
       specification.  However, DECterm always turns on this resource even  if
       you have turned it off, because DECterm resizes its window according to
       the font, the number of rows, and the number of columns.	 Specifies the
       mapping	of  the	 angle brackets (<>) key.  Zero maps the key to Angle‐
       Brackets (0); 1 maps it to  OpenQuoteTilde  (1).	  The  default	is  0.
       Specifies  that	the  application running in the window take control of
       the keypad.  The	 default  is  false.   Specifies  that	autorepeat  be
       enabled.	 The default is On.  Specifies that dxterm changes the logical
       display size to match the window size when the user changes the	window
       size.  The  default is Off.  Specifies that the dxterm window automati‐
       cally resize itself to match the logical display size whenever the log‐
       ical  display  size  changes.   Note that this may interfere with other
       windows on the display.	The default is On.   Specifies	that  autowrap
       mode  be	 enabled.  The	default	 is Off.  Specifies the back arrow key
       code.  This code can be delete (0) or backspace (1). The default is  0.
       Specifies whether dxterm should create a pixmap to allow graphics to be
       redrawn when the window is exposed.  The default is On.	Specifies  how
       many  lines  can	 be  scrolled  at  once.  The dxterm application never
       scrolls more than the total number of lines on the screen at once.  The
       default	is 1000.  Specifies the font used for the "big" font set.  The
       default is -*-Terminal-*-*-*--18-*-*-*-*-*-*-*.	The  font  must	 be  a
       fixed  font.   Controls	the  number of bit planes used for graphics; 2
       planes are needed for VT240 emulation and 4 planes for VT340 emulation.
       The  default  is	 0,  which means to use 2 planes on systems with fewer
       than 8 hardware planes, and 4 planes on systems with 8 or more hardware
       planes.	 Specifies  the	 width of the logical display in columns.  The
       default is 80.  Specifies that the condensed font should be used.   The
       default is to display the normal font (Off).  Specifies that the Ctrl-S
       and the Ctrl-Q keys hold and release the display.  The default  is  On.
       Specifies whether the window moves horizontally to follow the text cur‐
       sor when the cursor moves outside the window.  In this way, the	cursor
       is  always  contained  in  the  window.	The default is Off.  Specifies
       whether the window moves vertically to follow the text cursor when  the
       cursor  moves  outside  the  window.  In this way, the cursor is always
       contained in the window. The default is	Off.   Specifies  whether  the
       cursor  blinks.	 Specify  on for a blinking cursor or off for one that
       does not blink.	The default is On.  Specifies the cursor style.	 Spec‐
       ify  0 for a block cursor or 1 for an underline cursor.	The default is
       0.  Specifies that 8-bit characters are	used  in  the  VT300  terminal
       modes.	If  not selected, 7-bit NRCS characters are used.  The default
       is On.  Specifies which font is used.  Specify 1 for little and	0  for
       big.   The  default  is 1.  Specifies the width,length, and location of
       the dxterm window.  This is the same  as	 the  -geometry	 command  line
       flag.   Specifies the name in the icon box.  Specifies the width of the
       name in the icon box.  Specifies whether the dxterm window is  initial‐
       ized  as	 an  icon.   The  default  is Off.  Selects the 7-bit national
       replacement character set (NRCS).  The choices are: North American (0),
       Flemish (1), French Canadian (2), British (3), Danish (4), Finnish (5),
       Austrian/German (6), Dutch (7), Italian (8), Swiss  French  (9),	 Swiss
       German(10),  Swedish (11), Norwegian (12), Belgian/French (13), Spanish
       (14), Portuguese (15).  The default is 0.  Specifies the font used  for
       the     "little"	    font    set.     The    default    is    -*-Termi‐
       nal-*-*-*--14-*-*-*-*-*-*-*.  The font must be a fixed font.  Specifies
       that  changes  to  UDK  definitions are prevented.  The default is Off.
       Specifies that changes to user features are prevented.  The default  is
       Off.   Specifies	 that  the ReGIS macrograph report command is enabled.
       The default is Off.  Specifies that the margin bell is turned on.   The
       default	is Off.	 Specifies whether line-feed or newline mode is turned
       on.  The default is line-feed mode.  Specifies the mapping of the tilde
       key  (`~).   This  mapping  can be either ApostropheTilde (0) or Escape
       (1).  The default is 0.	Specifies the mapping of the period and	 comma
       keys.   This  mapping  can be either PeriodComma (0) or GreaterLessThan
       (1).  The default is 0.	Specifies the response to a Device  Attributes
       (terminal  ID)  request.	  The terminal ID can be VT100 (0), VT101 (1),
       VT102 (2), VT125 (3), VT220 (4), VT240 (5), VT320 (6), VT330 (9), VT340
       (7),  or DECterm (8).  The default is 8.	 Specifies that dxterm reverse
       the color values for foreground and background.	The  default  is  Off.
       Specifies  the  height  of the logical display in rows.	The default is
       24.  Specifies whether dxterm should scroll lines into  the  transcript
       instead	of  erasing  them.  The default is On.	Specifies that a tran‐
       script of lines be saved off the top of a scrolled display. The default
       is  On.	 Specifies  the	 screen	 mode.	The screen mode can be dark on
       light or light on dark.	The default is light on dark.  Specifies  that
       a horizontal scroll bar be displayed in the dxterm window.  The default
       is Off.	Specifies that a vertical  scroll  bar	be  displayed  in  the
       dxterm  window.	 The  default  is  Off.	 Controls whether DECterm uses
       shared, read-only color map entries for graphics.  The default is  Off,
       but  the	 option	 is  forced on if the hardware color map is read-only.
       Specifies that the status line be displayed.   The  default  is	false.
       Specifies  whether changing the size of the logical display changes the
       size known to the terminal driver, and vice versa.  The default is  On.
       Specifies the terminal operating mode.  The terminal operating mode can
       be VT52 (0), VT100 (1), VT300_7bit (2), VT300_8bit (3)  Specifies  that
       the  text cursor be enabled.  The default is On.	 Specifies the name in
       the title bar.  Specifies the maximum  number  of  lines	 that  can  be
       recorded	 off  the  top of the display.	The default is 500.  Specifies
       the user preference set to DEC (0) or  ISO  (1).	  The  default	is  0.
       Specifies that the warning bell be turned on.  The default is On.

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