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Subject:Re: Screen Captures From:Gay Reed <ahreed -at- MAIL -dot- IAMERICA -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 10 Oct 1997 16:49:19 -0400
I use terminal emulation software and capture the screens with Hijaak
Pro. The results are excellent. I currently use SBClient for terminal
emulation, but have used Tiny Term and Termulator as well.
Hope this helps.
RalphR3179 -at- AOL -dot- COM wrote:
> Greetings all.
> I'm pretty certain I've seen the topic before but I'll be darned if I can
> find it in my archives.
> Does anyone have ideas/experience doing screen captures in a mainframe
> environment? My best guess at this point is remote terminal access from my
> computer (through Windows) then capture the window on my PC. Is there any way
> to do that from the mainframe itself?
> Please reply to my mailbox.
> Ralph Rumpf
> Documentation Specialists