Manage terminal emulator configuration settings

Change configuration settings

The Terminal Emulator Configuration Adjustments dialog box contains check boxes, radio buttons, and options that require a numeric or text value.

  1. Open the Terminal Emulator Configuration Adjustments Dialog Box.

  2. Enter a numeric or text value for an option:

    1. Click the option once to highlight it.

    2. Click the option again or press F2 to access the value to be changed.

    3. Change the value as necessary.

    4. Click another location in the dialog box to set the value.

  3. Click OK to update the current terminal emulator configuration and close the dialog box.

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Restore default settings for the selected preconfigured emulator

  1. Open the Terminal Emulator Configuration Adjustments Dialog Box.

  2. Click the Reset button. (This button is enabled only if a preconfigured emulator is selected.)

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Restore settings for a user-defined configuration

  1. Locate the saved registry file that contains the configuration settings in the <UFT installation folder>\dat folder on your computer. The file has a .reg extension. (The path for the dat folder in a typical installation is: %ProgramFiles%\HPE\Unified Functional Testing\dat.)

  2. Double-click the registry file to activate the registry file. A confirmation message opens.

  3. Click Yes. A message opens confirming that the information was copied into the registry.

  4. Click OK. The settings in the saved file are restored.

    Tip: You can also restore the settings for a user-defined terminal emulator, if these settings were saved previously using the wizard. For details, see Completing the Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Page .

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Check the validity of a Terminal Emulator configuration

  1. Make sure that a GUI test is open.

  2. Open the Terminal Emulator pane of the Options dialog box (Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Terminal Emulator node).

  3. Click Validate.

    If a problem is detected, a brief description (error response) is displayed in the pane. For details on handling the error, click Troubleshoot to open a Help page that displays error-specific information.

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