Set Up Hotspot Display Settings Dialog Box
Hotspots are virtual buttons that appear in terminal sessions. By using hotspots, you can control your terminal session with the mouse instead of the keyboard. Typically, clicking a hotspot transmits a terminal key or command to the host, but you can also configure hotspots to open a Web page, launch a macro, or perform a variety of other actions.
From this dialog box, you can enable hotspots in your terminal session documents, or change the way you activate them.
Notes: Additional hotspots options are available on the Modify Hotspots dialog box.
By default, a double-click with the left mouse button activates a hotspot in documents that you create from the Reflection 2008 and legacy EXTRA! templates. A single click with the left mouse button activates a hotspot in documents that you create using legacy Reflection templates.
To change the activation method, use the following settings:
Note: You can specify the same mouse action, or mouse chord, to activate a hotspot and to trigger another action. When the pointer is over the hotspot, the mouse action will activate the hotspot; in all other areas of the document, the mouse action will trigger the action you defined in the Mouse Mapper.