ADDS Viewpoint Emulation Software

The ADDS Viewpoint is a terminal that was produced by Data General starting in 1981.

Our HyperACCESS software includes support for Viewpoint terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a one of these terminals.

The terminal emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send ADDS escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the ADDS Viewpoint are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <sub>
down <lf>
right <ack>
left <si>
F1 <stx>1<cr>
F2 <stx>2<cr>
F3 <stx>3<cr>
F4 <stx>4<cr>
F5 <stx>5<cr>
F6 <stx>6<cr>
F7 <stx>7<cr>
F8 <stx>8<cr>

Data General DG210 DG211 Terminal Emulation Software

The DG210 and DG211 are terminals that were produced by Data General starting in 1983.

Our HyperACCESS software includes support for DG210 and DG211 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a one of these terminals.

The terminal emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send Data General escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the DG210 and DG211 emulators are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <etb>
down <sub>
right <can>
left <eom>
F1 <rs>q
F2 <rs>r
F3 <rs>s
F4 <rs>t
F5 <rs>u
F6 <rs>v
F7 <rs>w
F8 <rs>x
F9 <rs>y
F10 <rs>z

Televideo Terminal Emulation Software

The TV900 series are a group of terminals that were produced by Televideo throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Our HyperACCESS software includes support for TV910, TV912, TV920, TV925, and TV950 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a one of these terminals.

The terminal emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send Televideo escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the Televideo series emulators are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <vt>
down <syn>
right <ff>
left <backspace>
F1 <soh>@<cr>
F2 <soh>A<cr>
F3 <soh>B<cr>
F4 <soh>C<cr>
F5 <soh>D<cr>
F6 <soh>E<cr>
F7 <soh>F<cr>
F8 <soh>G<cr>
F9 <soh>H<cr>
F10 <soh>I<cr>
F11 <soh>J<cr>
F12
ctrl+F1 <soh>J<cr>
ctrl+F2 <soh>A
ctrl+F3 <esc>Q
ctrl+F4 <esc>W
ctrl+F5 <esc>E
ctrl+F6 <esc>R
ctrl+F7 <esc>T
ctrl+F8 <esc>Y
ctrl+F9 Ate<us> <cr>
ctrl+F10 <ack>

IBM 3278 3101 Terminal Emulation Software

The 3101 and 3278 are terminals that were produced by IBM. The 3101 was released in 1979 and the 3278 was released in 1980.

Our HyperACCESS software includes support for IBM 3101 and 3278 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a one of these terminals.

The terminal emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send IBM escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the 3101 and 3278 emulators are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
3101 3278
up <esc>A <esc>OA
down <esc>B <esc>OB
right <esc>C <esc>OD
left <esc>D <esc>OC
F1 <esc>a<cr> <esc>1
F2 <esc>b<cr> <esc>2
F3 <esc>c<cr> <esc>3
F4 <esc>d<cr> <esc>4
F5 <esc>e<cr> <esc>5
F6 <esc>f<cr> <esc>6
F7 <esc>g<cr> <esc>7
F8 <esc>h<cr> <esc>8
F9 <esc>9
F10 <esc>0
F11 <esc>o
F12
ctrl+F1 <esc>-
ctrl+F2 <esc>=
ctrl+F3 <esc>q
ctrl+F4 <esc>w
ctrl+F5 <esc>e
ctrl+F6 <esc>r
ctrl+F7 <esc>t
ctrl+F8 <esc>y
ctrl+F9 <esc>u
ctrl+F10 <esc>i

Wyse 50 Wyse 60 Terminal Emulation Software

The WYSE 50 and WYSE 60 (WY-50 WY-60) are a series of terminals that were produced by Wyse Technology. They were first released in 1983.

Our HyperACCESS software includes support for WY-50 and WY-60 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a WYSE terminal.

The terminal emulators translate escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send WYSE escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the WY-50 and WY-60 emulators are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <vt>
down <lf>
right <ff>
left <backspace>
F1 <soh>@<cr>
F2 <soh>A<cr>
F3 <soh>B<cr>
F4 <soh>C<cr>
F5 <soh>D<cr>
F6 <soh>E<cr>
F7 <soh>F<cr>
F8 <soh>G<cr>
F9 <soh>H<cr>
F10 <soh>I<cr>
F11
F12
ctrl+F1 0x80
ctrl+F2 0x81
ctrl+F3 0x82
ctrl+F4 0x83
ctrl+F5 0x84
ctrl+F6 0x85
ctrl+F7 0x86
ctrl+F8 0x87
ctrl+F9 0x88
ctrl+F10 0x89

VT100 terminal emulation software

The Video Terminal 100 (VT100) is a terminal that was produced by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). It was first released in 1978 as a successor to DEC’s previous VT50 and VT52 terminals.

Both HyperTerminal and HyperACCESS include support for VT52 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a DEC VT52 terminal.

The VT100 emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send VT100 escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the VT100 emulator are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <esc>[A
down <esc>[B
right <esc>[C
left <esc>[D
F1 <esc>OP
F2 <esc>OQ
F3 <esc>OR
F4 <esc>OS

VT220 VT320 terminal emulation software

The Video Terminal 220 (VT220) is a terminal that was produced by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). It was first released in 1983 as a successor to DEC’s previous VT100 series terminals.
The VT320 was released released a few years later in 1987.

Both HyperTerminal and HyperACCESS include support for VT220 and VT320 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a one of these terminals.

The terminal emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send VT220 or VT320 escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the VT220 and VT320 emulators are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <esc>[A
down <esc>[B
right <esc>[C
left <esc>[D
F1 <esc>OP
F2 <esc>OQ
F3 <esc>OR
F4 <esc>OS
F5
F6 <esc>[17~
F7 <esc>[18~
F8 <esc>[19~
F9 <esc>[20~
F10 <esc>[21~
F11
F12
ctrl+F1 <esc>[23~
ctrl+F2 <esc>[24~
ctrl+F3 <esc>[25~
ctrl+F4 <esc>[26~
ctrl+F5 <esc>[28~
ctrl+F6 <esc>[29~
ctrl+F7 <esc>[31~
ctrl+F8 <esc>[32~
ctrl+F9 <esc>[33~
ctrl+F10

VT52 Terminal Emulation Software

The Video Terminal 52 (VT52) is a terminal that was produced by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). It was first released in 1975 as a successor to DEC’s previous VT50 terminal.

Both HyperTerminal and HyperACCESS include support for VT52 terminal emulation, which allows the software to be used to connect your computer to devices and systems that would normally require a DEC VT100 series terminal.

The emulator translates escape sequences from the system you are connecting to and uses them to control the terminal screen. Additionally the emulator maps the keyboard to send VT52 escape sequences when certain keys are pressed.

The default arrow and function key mappings for the VT52 emulator are listed below. If needed these can be overridden using the Key Macro functionality.

Key Sequence
up <esc>A
down <esc>B
right <esc>C
left <esc>D
F1 <esc>P
F2 <esc>Q
F3 <esc>R
F4 <esc>S

.haw file extension

What is an haw file?

.haw is the file extension used for HyperACCESS session files. These files store your connection and terminal emulator settings as well as any automation or file transfer settings you have set up.

The haw file is created automatically when you set up a connection in HyperACCESS. By default it is saved into the HyperACCESS My Files folder, but more often you will open your session files from the HyperACCESS Phonebook (or other notebook) tab.

User Manual – Accessing the ASCII Character Table

In Appendix C of the user manual (either downloaded and installed from the Hilgraeve website or loaded from the program CD), there is a link to the ASCII Character Table. Double-clicking the link should open a chart of all the standard ASCII and extended ASCII characters. The link doesn’t work.

To view the ASCII table, open Windows Explorer and browse to the X:\Program Files\HAWIn32\Document folder (where X is the drive on which HyperACCESS is installed). Double-click the file called ap-ascii.pdf. Acrobat Reader will automatically launch, open the file and display the ASCII chart.

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