The Slide out QWERTY keyboard is
operating as though the "Function" key
has been locked, only allowing
the user to enter symbols and numbers.
There is a bug in the ROM for the phone.
Check the phone vendor for advice on
how to upgrade the ROM.
The new Google toolbar version 4.0
uses F12 as a hot key, and the activex
object will never get the key event.
Either use Google toolbar version 3,
remove the Google toolbar, or assign
F12 function to another key in our product,
as a work around solution.
In Google tool bar v 5, F3 is taken
for a find function.
Windows CE .NET is a customizable,
real-time embedded operating system,
designed for many types of hardware.
It is not a platform which it is possible
to make a standard product for. In most
cases the company making the hardware,
will also include special designed software.
Do not expect, it is possible to use
standard software, as the products Mochasoft
Pocket PC 200x software are platforms
built on Windows CE 3.0. Unlike Windows
CE 3.0 or Windows CE .NET, the Pocket
PC operating system is specifically
designed for personal digital assistants
(PDAs) which require a specialized hardware
configuration. The Pocket PC platform
includes standardized interfaces and
applications that ensure compatibility
across Pocket PC hardware designs. Mochasoft
supports the different pocket PC 200x
versions from Microsoft.
Most devices with Windows Mobile can
be used with our software, but there
are some none standard devices, such
as phones without a touch screen or
a different screen size (example : Treo
In Lion, Mac OS X 10.7.x select use f1,f2... as standard keys in System Preferences - keyboard
In Mac OS X 10.6.x , make sure Exposé has not reserved the keys for use. Select System preferences - Exposé and select '-'
or a key combination not used with TN5250. See screen example below:
In Mac OS X v.10.3, the F9, F10,
and F11 function keys are reserved for
use by Exposé, a feature that tiles
open windows and reveals files on the
desktop. Therefore, these function keys
don't work as expected in other applications.
Reassign the keyboard shortcuts in the
Exposé System Preferences (Select Apple
menu icon - system preferences - personal
- exposé) so that the F9, F10 and F11
keys will work as intended in other
We can recommend in the Apple menu
icon - system preferences - (hardware
section) "keyboard and mouse" -
off  use
F1 - F12 for custom actions
section: keyboard shortcuts
on [x] turn
on full keyboard access
Apple has changed the keyboard and mouse
dialog, and in 10.4, you should enable
on [x] Use all F1 , F2, Etc keys as standard function keys.
If Exposé is used, it is possible
to use double keys to get 5250 functions.
As an example to issue a F9 function
on the 5250 screen, press either fn
+ f9 or ctrl + f9
Microsoft has been forced to stop
supporting Java in Internet Explorer.
A work around to this problem could
be to install the SUN MSJVM. Just notice
the current versions of the MSJVM includes
some new problems for terminal emulator
users. A key as TAB does not work!
For the moment we have no way to
fix this problem, and we could fear
for other new bugs in the Java Engine.
If a Web emulator solution is needed
, we recommend our Activex
A Microsoft paper from 2003 with more
Transitioning from the Microsoft Java
How to install the old Microsoft
Java VM (now unsupported from Microsoft)
on a new XP OS:
Before Version 6.0, blank fields
with the Field Separator option enabled
would be shown as ......
As many customers could not accept this,
the Field Separator value was in version
6.0 changed from a dot to a space. It
is possible to define the field Separator
value in mocha w32 tn5250:
a) In mocha w32 tn5250, Select menu
- settings - EBCDIC translation. A dialog
box is shown.
b) in the left box click on "separator"
(second element from the top)
c) upper right box shows the current
value. (0x20 is space).
d) in lower right box select (2 *
click it) a new value. Maybe 0xb7
The AS/400 often will not release
the connection on a particular TCP/IP
port when ended (especially abnormally
when a user clicks the (X) box instead
of signing off). Run netstat *CNN, and
check if all the SSL ports are full.
and end all the affected ports. Maybe
check with IBM for a PTF
An applet can only make a connection
to the computer from which the applet
came. This is a security restriction
in all browsers.
In other words the web server must run
on the IBM host or a telnet proxy must
If it was possible for an applet to
create connections to other computers,
it would be possible to install a hostile
applet on an internet web server. When
a User behind a firewall click the web
page (and the applet), it could spy
or attack computers behind the firewall.
In the latest version of our Java
products, it is possible to use a signed
CAB file version with the java object
code. It makes it possible in Internet
Explorer 4/ 5 to overrule the above
described security limitation.
It looks as national keyboards have
printed either a . or a , on the Del
key. Also the scan codes have been seen
in different variations around the world.
In the Mochasoft product, it is possible
to select menu - settings - keyboard
layout, which contain a check box:
It is an out of dynamic memory situation.
Dynamic memory is the part of the memory
an application can use for local data
storage. It has nothing to do with the
total amount of memory on the Palm.
If you are using an old Palm Prof.,
which has been upgraded to a Palm III,
or have installed some hacks or other
software elements which stay in memory,
the TCP/IP stack will not be able to
load together with Telnet, and it reports
the netlibopen error.
Using a Palm or other device which
does not support TCP/IP header compression,
can be a problem with V4R4, if the Palm
connects direct to the AS/400 PPP. In
other words, the AS/400 has a dial in
The setting to change in the AS/400
configuration is to uncheck the "Request
TCP/IP header compression (VJ)" box
on the TCP/IP tab of the PPP profile
within Operations Navigator (Client
A common problem with GRPS is using
a wrong "Access Point Name" (APN). On
a P800/P900 device it is called "Address".
Maybe Web browsing and/or email will
work, but when using a Telnet (SSH,TN5250
or TN3270) application it will fail.
Which APN to use, depends on the
phone company and it could change over
(*) Telnet does not work with the basic
subscription (2MB), you need the 10
MB subscription to use telnet. With
2 MB you can only use the browser.
It could be an idea also to contact
your phone company for advice on this
subject. Notice some phone companies
offers to send a SMS message with the
GRPS configuration. Often this will
only include a WAP APN.
MochaSoft is a Danish company and
pay Tax in Denmark, and should not have
a US Taxpayer Identification Number
(TIN). Please do not send us yet another
W-9/W-8 forms. We could keep a cow alive
with these forms for the next year.
Your application purchases are tied to your Google Account and can be installed an unlimited amount of times on any device. So, for example, if you remove 'My Favorite Game' to save memory, you can reinstall it at a later date with no charge by simply visiting My Apps. Note: free applications are not saved to My Apps after you remove them.
See also Google play - how to
Apple allows you to authorize up to 5 computers in one household to use purchased content. Example: you can buy one
tn5250 license and install tn5250 on both your iPad and iPhone.
Usage rules (2) at ITUNES STORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Some .NET programs might load slowly on computers that
are not connected to the Internet.
This occurs with programs that are digitally signed. (Microsoft recommends that all programs be digitally signed.) The .NET
Framework attempts to verify the digital signature. One of the operations it performs is to
see if the digital certificate has been revoked. If the computer cannot access the Internet,
a 30 second to 1 minute delay may be encountered.
To work around this issue on a per-machine basis, Microsoft
recommends disabling CRL checking by changing a setting in Internet Explorer.
Use the following steps to disable the CRL checking in Internet Explorer:
Select Start » Control Panel.
Double-click Internet Options.
Select the Advanced tab.
In the Security section, uncheck the Check for publisher's certificate revocation option.
By disabling the CRL checking using the Internet Options, you are not exposing yourself to a higher security threat, than before, because this check is not working. The reason why this problem occurs is because your network settings are not allowing Windows to access the CRL.