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Save your session as a file and give it to other users.
The session can be directly started by double-clicking the file.
Create the key pairs on the SSH server with the server's ssh-keygen utility and use them with TelNet98.
No, the PuTTY key format is not supported.
But you can use PuTTY's ''puttygen.exe'' utility to convert the key into OpenSSH format.
The converted key will work.
[Update] PuTTY formatted SSH key files are supported since TelNet98 v13.
To enable scrolling assign a value greater 0 to Buffer lines:
Properties -> Appearance Tab -> Buffer lines
Yes, the following keys work with the scroll bar:
Ctrl+Home, Ctrl+End, Ctrl+Up, Ctrl+Down, Ctrl+PgUp, Ctrl+PgDn
Menu 'Options' > 'Input-/Output Key Mapping' -> Button 'Language Support'
and select a suitable code page.
TelNet98 uses the OEM code page of the Windows installation.
Thus, it is required to configure CP 437 in Windows. Go to
Control Panel -> Regional Settings
and assign 'English (United States)' as the language option to use with non-unicode (DOS) programs.
In the TelNet98 Policy Editor uncheck 'Closing Sessions'
The program is part of the TelNet98 distribution: TelNet98 program group -> Toolkit -> Policy Editor
Windows Control Panel -> Printers
and set the printing quality for your printer to Draft Quality.
This effect occurs if the printer driver doesn't support the PASSTHROUGH function.
Use an other driver, e.g. 'Generic / Text Only'
Save your session as a file and paste a shortcut of this file into the Windows Startup folder.
Save your session as a file and run it with the START command.
this will run the Windows Calculator:
$ echo -e "\033[yCALC.EXE"
$ echo -e "\033[yShellExec http://www.telnet98.com/"
The ShellExec sequence works with any registered Windows file type.
$ echo -e "\033[yShellExec c:/MyFiles/readme.txt"
The file menu items Save As and Create Shortcut have been implemented for this purpose.
Just save your session settings as a file.
TelNet98 file documents are registered in Windows and can be directly started by double clicking the file's icon in Windows. Each document contains its own set of session parameters
Yes, there is. TelNet98 comes with a shell extension.
To quickly modify a TelNet98 document open the context menu (right mouse click on the file's icon), and select
There are two ways to create such a link:
1. The Standard link
<A HREF="telnet://www.hostname.com"> simple Telnet Link </A>
2. The TelNet98 enhanced link (will assign a complete set of session properties)
<A HREF="session.etn"> TelNet98 Session with all properties </A>
You can do this with the TelNet98 Color Editor.
The program is part of the TelNet98 distribution: TelNet98 program group -> Toolkit -> Color Editor
Best is to use the Windows Uninstaller:
Control Panel -> Add / Remove Program -> Eric's TelNet98
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