Browse to the Terminal tab from the SMClient window: Select , and then select . Click the Terminal tab.
|Terminal Type||Specifies the type of terminal to emulate: ansi-bbs, pc-ansi, vt100, vt100+, or vt-utf8.
In addition, a Preferred setting is available through , which obtains the default terminal type of the selected component from a CMIC and uses the default to connect to the selected component.
|Restore Defaults||Returns the values on the Terminal tab to their default settings.|
|Encoding||Indicates the type of encoding used to display data in the terminal. The default is ASCII.|
|Rows||Sets the number of rows to display in the terminal. The number of Rows in the Display area cannot be greater than the number of Rows in the Buffer area.|
|Columns||Sets the number of columns to display in the terminal. The number of Columns in the Display area cannot be greater than the number of Columns in the Buffer area.|
|Foreground Color||Specifies the font color to use in the terminal.|
|Background Color||Specifies the background color to use in the terminal.|
|Adjust the number of rows and columns to fit the display area||Allows the number of rows and columns to change dynamically as the width and the height of the terminal window changes.|
|Font Name||Displays the name of the current font used in the terminal.|
|Font Size||Displays the size of the current font used in the terminal.|
|... (button)||Opens the Select Font dialog box, which allows you to change the current font, style, and size of the text that is displayed in a terminal.|
|Buffer Rows||Sets the number of rows in the buffer. The number of Rows in the Buffer area cannot be less than the number of Rows in the Display area.|
|Buffer Columns||Sets the number of columns to display in the terminal. The number of Columns in the Buffer area cannot be less than the number of Columns in the Display area.|
|Cursor Size||Specifies the size of the cursor in the terminal as follows.
|Tab Size||Indicates the number of character cells that a tab character spans. The default is 4 character cells.|
|Line Wrap||Causes text to line wrap if the number of columns a line of text spans is greater than the number of columns in the buffer.|
|Scroll Screen||Causes the terminal to scroll to the active cursor position when either the server or the user enters text into the terminal.|