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Full-Screen Control (CONTROL Command)

Full-Screen Control (CONTROL Command)

Introduction

In full-screen mode, EPILOG can use the extended color capabilities of 3279-type terminals which support this option. Extended color support is turned on automatically. If your terminal is not configured to support it, EPILOG reverts to high- and low-intensity highlighting.

Extended color support

You can control extended color support with the CONTROL COLOR (also known as CNTL COLOR) command and its arguments:

none

No argument indicates that color mode should be turned on and the current color definition used.

OFF cccccccc

The OFF argument turns off extended color mode.

A 1- to 8-byte string that turns color mode on and sets the color areas for 3279 operation. In each character position in the string, enter a color designation (or a period to indicate no change) for the specific color areas. The default color assignments for the eight-character string are shown in Figure 22 on page 95.

Caution

Errors might result if you turn extended color mode on (using either CNTL COLOR or CNTL COLOR cccccccc while using a non-color terminal (PROG471 and IKT00405I SCREEN ERASURE CAUSED BY ERROR RECOVERY PROCEDURE are two likely error messages). If you do this accidentally, use the PA1 key to reset EPILOG to non-color mode as described in the OMEGAMON II for DBCTL Users Guide.

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