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Glink Release 8.2 Professional and Enterprise Editions available
Gallagher & Robertson are proud to announce Glink Release 8.2. This release is fully qualified on the 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. It has been certified under the Microsoft "Compatible with Windows 7" and "Works with Windows Server 2008" logo programs.
This is a significant release of Glink. It demonstrates once again G&R's continuing commitment to development on new hardware and operating system platforms and timely delivery of state of the art products to our customers. It introduces:
This release has been qualified on the 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows 7 and has been certified under the Microsoft "Compatible with Windows 7" logo program.
This release has been qualified on the 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows Server 2008 and has been certified under the Microsoft "Works with Windows Server 2008" logo program.
For VIP7800, ANSI and VT-xxx emulations Glink now supports full Unicode for the internal screen image. This support presupposes UTF-8 for host communications.
An option for two-tone background colour allows you to configure a two-tone striped background making it easier for the eye to track lines in a form.
Options have been added for restricting the area in which Glink searches for on-screen texts to be converted into on-screen buttons. This applies to both standard buttons, labeled using the on-screen text, and the new custom buttons that you label yourself.
The SET BUTTON FONT script command also sets the on-screen pushbutton fonts.
You can now drag and drop texts into the Glink emulation window.
You can now drag and drop files and directories into the GlinkFTP local or remote file list windows.
This option allows you to see UNIX/GCOS hidden files that start with a dot such as '.profile'.
An option has been provided defining the TN3270 dynamic model terminal type that allows you to specify the emulation screen size for the alternate model.