The 7.0 version of QTerm brings a new look and easily accessible function panels which
can be permanently displayed (pinned) or can be automatically hidden and only displayed when
moused over. Mutiple frame windows are also supported with one or more terminal windows in each frame. This allows you
to easily take advantage of multiple monitors.
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QTermT27 delivers reliable, fully featured Unisys T27 terminal emulation. It provides all the functionality of the Unisys T27 terminal, with the ease of use of a desktop application. This application provides T27 terminal support for A-Series mainframe connectivity using the latest styles and graphical interface objects.
QTermT27 is fully operable with other desktop applications without the need for special drivers or custom interfaces.
Sample T27 screen
Installation and Setup
QTermT27 can be easily installed from a single diskette or via a file server in your network. All settings are configured from within one easy to use tabbed dialog:
QTermT27 connects to a Unisys host over any compliant Winsock TCP/IP stack utilizing the underlying network media (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI etc). Using the Winsock interface, it can also be used with PPP or SLIP on a dial up connection into the internet or over your private intranet.
QTermT27 provides a consistent, powerful, yet simple to use, user interface, regardless of your network connection, with the following emulated terminal types:
QTerm offers the most complete selection of printing options available in T27 emulation today. Each terminal session may have a configured printer, locally or network connected. Portrait/landscape, top/left margins, and other forms control specifications are maintained by QTerm. All printing performed by QTerm utilizes the operating system print mechanisms allowing the latest printer technology and support to be available to the QTerm user.
QTerm provides configuration options to support new and old printers; laser, ink jet, and dot matrix. Host specified printer control sequences may be passed by QTerm to the printer, allowing host management of forms control, font selection, and other printer characteristics. Options are provided to determine the physical printer operation, including:
Printer translation tables, Print to file, and Shadow printing provide additional flexibility in satisfying the requirements of host printing.