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By providing documentation which calls for a user to select a function name rather than a key name, confusion resulting from differences in key engravings in various supported workstations is avoided.
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Generic Documentation of Keyboard Mapping
By providing documentation which calls for a user to select a function name
rather than a key name, confusion resulting from differences in key engravings in
various supported workstations is avoided.
In certain systems, an application program can run on several supported
workstations. However, many workstations have keyboard arrangements which
are unique for each particular model of workstation, thereby requiring individual
documentation for each keyboard style.
This problem is avoided by making the user, in those instances when
functions are mapped to the keyboard, sele function name rather than a key
name, thus providing generic documentation to all supported workstations. The
mapping of the function names to a particular keyboard is documented on a
keyboard diagram, and is included as part of the application program