25.12.2016 17:03, Jakub Klawiter пишет:
2016-12-21 22:22 GMT+01:00 Stas Sergeev <stsp@xxxxxxx>:
1. My DOS program needs decimal point instead of decimal coma on
keypad. It should be easy to remap it, as it is used in wild countries
2. I also need there ctrl+enter to work „DOS way”. And I really have
no idea what code sends ctrl+enter in DOS, what I know that it is not
working when started under dosemu -dt
You mean -t.
I've been using -dt but ok … it looks the same so probably -d (in my
dosemu) does nothing ;-)
I never told you to use -d. I told either -t or -td, but
not -d or -dt.
Anyway i'll probably try to fight with it after new year.
Key combos may be a problem, yes.
You can run "cat" and see what your key combos produce.
For example "Enter" and "Ctrl-Enter" produce the same newline,
which means making it to work the dos way is not trivial.
Yes in linux terminal both produces \x0a
anyway same dos exe i'm using is working fine with dosemu started with
-X so maybe it is possible.
Its certainly possible with -X, the problem exists only
with -t. So after you outlined it, I withdrawn my suggestion
about -t. -t is good to just run a bat file, which I thought
your use-case is. For interactive stuff it doesn't work well.
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