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Does anyone know if the sequences ESC+W and ESC+X to turn transparent print on and off, are standard ansi or scoansi sequences? If not, are there any "proper" sequences for this function?...

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    Default standard ansi or scoansi escape sequence?

    Does anyone know if the sequences ESC+W and ESC+X to turn transparent print
    on and off, are standard ansi or scoansi sequences? If not, are there any
    "proper" sequences for this function?


    Dennis Guest

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    Default Re: standard ansi or scoansi escape sequence?

    In comp.unix.sco.misc Dennis Edward <org> wrote: 

    http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/scotec7.html#passthru
    http://aplawrence.com/Unixart/terminals.html
    http://aplawrence.com/Problems/index.html#ditty

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    Default Re: standard ansi or scoansi escape sequence?

    In comp.terminals Dennis Edward <org> wrote:
    : Does anyone know if the sequences ESC+W and ESC+X to turn transparent print
    : on and off, are standard ansi or scoansi sequences? If not, are there any
    : "proper" sequences for this function?


    The ESC W and ESC X sequences are part of the VT52 terminal commands.
    They are not part of ANSI X.64. In fact, those sequences were used
    for other puposes in at least one ANSI X.64 based terminal (AnnArbor)

    Jeffrey Altman
    Kermit 95 Author

    Jeffrey Guest

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    Default Re: standard ansi or scoansi escape sequence?

    "Jeffrey Altman" <edu> wrote in message
    news:bnk21f$o7a$cc.columbia.edu... 
    print 
    any 

    Thanks for that info.


    Dennis Guest

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