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10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
Hey Brian,

If you had emailed me back I don't know about it. We had an issue with a new spam blocking software and it blocked your email. I went ahead and registered again so its no big deal. I do have a quick issue though. I am going into a device that seems to not like the 10 key from absolute. The device that I use to log in is using Linux 2.4.18. I don't have this issue with SSH on another linux box we are running, but I do get it on the telnet. For some odd reason when you use the 10 key on the keyboard i get the following result: Op Oq Or Os Ot Ou Ov Ow Ox Oy OM. This is 0123456789(enter) on the 10 key. Let me know what I can adjust to fix this. I do get normal numbers when using standard windows telnet.

Thanks a mil for a great product !

Larry Thibodeaux
Internet Coordinator
CommuniComm Services
Westlake, Louisiana

[ March 03, 2004, 01:46 AM: Message edited by: Brian T. Pence ]
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Re: 10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
Never mind. I found the issue. I thought I had tried both the VT options but it seems I didn't. Thanks for the help anyway :p
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Re: 10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
Larry,

I'm glad you resolved the problem. Still, I'm not sure I understand your original description. First, by the '10' key, can I assume that you mean the F-10 key? Under what conditions does the F-10 key produce the undesirable results?
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Re: 10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
By the term "10 key" I mean the set of numbers on the right side of the keyboard with the + and - keys. I know people refer to those as a "10 key" but there may be another phrase to describe it.

I ran into another snag with a different device this morning though. I can't seem to get special characters out of a telnet session with a different type of device. Anything above the number keys ie: !@#$%^&*() are not sent for some odd reason to this particular device. It might be something device specific and not a client issue. Oh well let me know what ya think...

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Re: 10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
By the term "10 key" I mean the set of numbers on the right side of the keyboard with the + and - keys. I know people refer to those as a "10 key" but there may be another phrase to describe it.

I ran into another snag with a different device this morning though. I can't seem to get special characters out of a telnet session with a different type of device. Anything above the number keys ie: !@#$%^&*() are not sent for some odd reason to this particular device. It might be something device specific and not a client issue. Oh well let me know what ya think...

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CommuniComm Services
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Re: 10 Key 16 Years, 9 Months ago  
Ok, the numeric keypad.... The keypad can run in two different modes:

1. VT Keypad which emulates a true terminal keypad, emulating specific escape sequences used on the server

2. PC Keypad, which causes the keypad to behave like you would expect a numeric keypad to behave on a PC (number keys, arrow keys, etc depending on the state of the numlock)

The option to switch the keypad mode is in 'options->properties->VT Options', which I assume you've already found.

As for your other problem, this definitely doesn't sound like a client issue. What type of device is it?
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