| Vista has features designed especially for programmers, such as built-in multiple cut and paste buffers, fully tailorable keyboard, extensive select/copy/paste functions - including SelectJCL, which can pick out dataset names, parms, and other items with a single mouse click.
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Vista runs on any Windows platform, and because of its thin code can even perform well on older machines with little memory or disk space.
Vista is currently supported only through e-mail. Click here for information.
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| Vista uses bitmapped raster fonts for the clearest text possible. There are 2 sets, "Thick" and "Thin", in 73 sizes each from 4x6 to 16x36. With so many sizes you should easily be able to setup Vista to suit your monitor size and terminal model preferences, either full-screen or windowed.
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To download a 30 day trial of the Vista TN3270 Emulator for Windows, click here.
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Click here for some free items, such as a font editor and extra sound files for Vista TN3270.