DECELF—Enable Local Functions

This control function lets you enable or disable the keys used to perform several local terminal functions: cutting and pasting text, panning, and resizing windows. DECELF is useful for:

Format

CSI
9/11
Pf1
3/n
;
3/11
Pc1
3/n
;
3/11
...
...
Pfn
3/n
;
3/11
Pcn
3/n
+
2/11
q
7/1

Parameters

Pfn
is a number that specifies the local function affected.

Pfn Local Functions Affected Default Setting
0 (default) All local functions listed for 1, 2, and 3.
1 Copy and paste keys, including F1 (Hold), Select, Remove, and Insert Here. The keys are enabled.
2 Panning keys, including Ctrl with ^, v, <, or >. The keys are enabled.
3 Window resizing keys, including: Ctrl and Shift with ^ or v keys. The keys are enabled.

Pcn
controls the action of the local function specified by the corresponding Pfn value.

Pcn Meaning
0

Selects the default setting of the local function.

In VT mode, the default setting is enabled.

In PC Term mode, the default setting is disabled.

1 Enables the local function. The associated keys perform the local function and cannot send position codes to the host.
2 Disables the local function. The associated keys do not perform the local function and may send position codes to the host.

Description

DECELF can accept any number of parameter pairs. The terminal executes the parameters in the order in which it receives them.