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putty terminal, where's the "do" "select" "remove" key?

I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 keys are.   Any help???

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On 2013-05-14 16:45:02 +0000, jon@jonathanleslie.com said:

> I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 
> keys are.   Any help???

Start reading here 
<http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/wishlist/function-keys.html> 
and here 
<http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/faq.html#faq-keyboard> 
and particularly here 
<http://www.parsec.com/general/technical.php?i=2513&r=7K5K3H&d=OpenVMS>. 
  qv: NumLock is PF1 in VT400 mode, and the editing keypad is listed 
there, too.

In general, dependencies on function keys are full of fail in this era. 
 It hurts, yes, but the faster you get rid of your dependences on this 
morass, the better off you'll be.



-- 
Pure Personal Opinion | HoffmanLabs LLC

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seaohveh (1503)
5/14/2013 5:29:39 PM
On Tuesday, May 14, 2013 12:45:02 PM UTC-4, j...@jonathanleslie.com wrote:
> I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 keys are.   Any help???

Forget about PuTTY. Tera Term is a much better free VT emulation.
http://logmett.com/index.php?/products/teraterm.html

Neil Rieck
Kitchener / Waterloo / Cambridge,
Ontario, Canada.
http://www3.sympatico.ca/n.rieck/OpenVMS.html
 
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n.rieck (2007)
5/15/2013 11:24:35 AM
In article <0327fda4-76e6-4197-ae6d-c8ffa7e172a1@googlegroups.com>, jon@jonathanleslie.com writes:
> I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 keys are.   Any help???
> 

   Find the keyboard setup and select VT400.  That's the best I've
   found, and gets should get an LK201 style layout on the center
   keypad.  Also works well with my Targus USB numeric keypad on
   my laptop.

   Of course, if you're using a laptop or another unsual keyboard
   layout, you may have to compare the ley labels to the center keypad
   of a PC keyboard to figure out that mapping.

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koehler2 (8314)
5/15/2013 2:02:30 PM

> wrote in message 
> news:0327fda4-76e6-4197-ae6d-c8ffa7e172a1@googlegroups.com...

> I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 
> keys are.   Any help???

If you are using LSE (which is where I often want the "DO" key), I have an 
LSE init file which contains

define key f12 "LSE GOTO COMMAND"

so I can then just F12 (which is about the same physical location as the DO 
key) with PuTTY.  Works fine for me.

John 

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johnrreagan (372)
5/15/2013 7:04:10 PM
On 2013-05-15 13:24, Neil Rieck wrote:
> On Tuesday, May 14, 2013 12:45:02 PM UTC-4, j...@jonathanleslie.com wrote:
>> I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201 keys are.   Any help???
>
> Forget about PuTTY. Tera Term is a much better free VT emulation.
> http://logmett.com/index.php?/products/teraterm.html

Really? Last I tried TeraTerm it's VT-emulation was much worse than 
PuTTY... Close to useless when I pressed it some.

	Johnny

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bqt2 (1410)
5/16/2013 10:32:13 PM
On May 14, 1:29=A0pm, Stephen Hoffman <seaoh...@hoffmanlabs.invalid>
wrote:
> On 2013-05-14 16:45:02 +0000, j...@jonathanleslie.com said:
>
> > I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk201
> > keys are. =A0 Any help???
>
> Start reading here
> <http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/wishlist/function-k...=
>
> and here
> <http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/faq.html#faq-keyboard>
> and particularly here
> <http://www.parsec.com/general/technical.php?i=3D2513&r=3D7K5K3H&d=3DOpen=
VMS>.
> =A0 qv: NumLock is PF1 in VT400 mode, and the editing keypad is listed
> there, too.
>
> In general, dependencies on function keys are full of fail in this era.
> =A0It hurts, yes, but the faster you get rid of your dependences on this
> morass, the better off you'll be.
>
> --
> Pure Personal Opinion | HoffmanLabs LLC

Bummer. It's hard to beat EDT for Find and Find Next. You can stay in
the same direction without holding an extra key down. Also, it's a
simple arc movement moving your hand between the main keyboard area
and the keypad. No pulling your arm in, or bending your fingers in
ergonomically bad ways. It makes it real easy to get your fingers back
in the home position!

For the Mac, Cmd-Z and Shift-Cmd-Z are awesome for undo and redo. Much
better than Cmd-Z and Cmd-Y (as in some other apps, like Office )
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spamsink2001 (3130)
6/7/2013 1:21:52 AM
On Jun 6, 9:21=A0pm, AEF <spamsink2...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On May 14, 1:29=A0pm, Stephen Hoffman <seaoh...@hoffmanlabs.invalid>
> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > On 2013-05-14 16:45:02 +0000, j...@jonathanleslie.com said:
>
> > > I want to start using putty, but I can't figure out where all the lk2=
01
> > > keys are. =A0 Any help???
>
> > Start reading here
> > <http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/wishlist/function-k.=
...>
> > and here
> > <http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/faq.html#faq-keyboar=
d>
> > and particularly here
> > <http://www.parsec.com/general/technical.php?i=3D2513&r=3D7K5K3H&d=3DOp=
enVMS>.
> > =A0 qv: NumLock is PF1 in VT400 mode, and the editing keypad is listed
> > there, too.
>
> > In general, dependencies on function keys are full of fail in this era.
> > =A0It hurts, yes, but the faster you get rid of your dependences on thi=
s
> > morass, the better off you'll be.
>
> > --
> > Pure Personal Opinion | HoffmanLabs LLC
>
> Bummer. It's hard to beat EDT for Find and Find Next. You can stay in
> the same direction without holding an extra key down. Also, it's a
> simple arc movement moving your hand between the main keyboard area
> and the keypad. No pulling your arm in, or bending your fingers in
> ergonomically bad ways. It makes it real easy to get your fingers back
> in the home position!
>
> For the Mac, Cmd-Z and Shift-Cmd-Z are awesome for undo and redo. Much
> better than Cmd-Z and Cmd-Y (as in some other apps, like Office )

Sorry, fat-fingered a premature post. Office apps use Cmd-Z or Ctrl-Z
for undo, but Cmd-Y or Ctrl-Y for redo.

In general, holding Shift down is good for reversing.

The EDT Find is better than the vi Find.

AEF
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spamsink2001 (3130)
6/7/2013 1:30:40 AM
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