Hi Ewart,

Thanks for the reply. I don't remember doing any compilation. I just
downloaded the windows version from the sourceforge site & installed it.

Yeah, that is what i mean, if you just download and install you are
running it on the latest java 1.6,
cause that is the jvm that is actual these days. So to avoid the problem
you have i have installed
java 1.4.2 and call the program with 
"C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_12\bin\javaw.exe" -jar "C:\Program
to avoid the lockups you are getting.
I have always been using Ctl-C, but just the text gets copied to memory
but it doesn't get cleared from the screen - that's how it is supposed
to work !   
Indeed, and it should work that way, and that is how it works perfectly
when i use 1.4.2,
cause tn5250j was builded with that java version. If i build it using
1.6.0 aka 6.0 then i have
continues freezes of the screens, very anoying.
I think there should be another option to clear the text from within the
marked area - as in Client Access.  
Well no, ctrl-c should remove the marked area after it copies the text
to memory.
Best Regards,

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