Edit Example (ISPF V4.x with
The Windows Title Bar and
Status Bar are completely user-definable.
Variables are used to position
information such as time, date, or other
items in the order you want.
72 raster font sizes
supplied with Vista are clear and
readable, without the aberrations caused
by re-scaling True-Type fonts.
Normally the row/col
indicator at the lower right of the
screen shows the location of the cursor
on the screen. But in ISPF edit or
browse, Vista calculates the real dataset
column based on the current left/right
scroll position - 16 in the example
above. Quicker and easier than the
ISPF COLS command.
Extended colors are
supported, so you can use the HILITE
command effectively with Vista. 16
colors are available on the screen at any
one time, and can be chosen from a
palette of 16 Million even when using
older 256 color video cards.
The cursor can be set to
various sizes and styles, to blink or not
blink, and to change shape when inserting
characters. Just one of the many
details you'll find throughout the Vista