In the Add Button window, you can create a new button to launch an applet, play a macro, go to a specified URL, run an application, assign a keyboard function, or access basic menu items.
General steps for adding buttons: (For more information on individual button types, refer to the list below.)
Type the full class name of the applet that you want Z and I Emulator for Web to launch when the button is clicked. You must follow the rules described in Run applet.
According to your platform syntax, specify the full application path followed by any application parameters.
Specify a URL address to open in your default browser.
You can create a button that plays a macro. If you specify a parameter list for the macro, the parameter list is saved as part of the button definition.
Depending on how the administrator has configured the session, available macros reside in the Current Session, Personal Library, Server Library and any user-defined libraries. When macros are placed in a library, rather than in the Current Session, they can be easily shared by multiple users and/or sessions. See Sharing and reusing component definitions for more information.
If you want to use a macro in a location other than those listed, you can use the Add... button to specify the new path. Z and I Emulator for Web will remember up to three user-defined library locations; after that the least-recently-used location will be dropped. You can also explicitly delete user locations with the Delete button. Note that when you click on the toolbar button to run the macro, if the macro is in a user location, Z and I Emulator for Web will search all of the current user locations for the named macro. See Searching user-defined macro locations for more information.
Select a Macro:
Select the name of the macro for which you want to create a button. (To see the macro's properties, right-click the macro name and click Properties.)
If the macro requires or permits a parameter list, type the parameter list into this input field.
You can create a button to represent any option of the File menu.
You can create a button to represent any option of the Edit menu.
You can create a button to represent any option of the View menu.
You can create a button to represent any option of the Communication menu.
You can create a button to represent any option of the Actions menu.
You can create a button to represent any option of the Help menu.
Assign a keyboard function (from the Characters, Host Functions, or Custom Functions categories) to a toolbar button.
On the Keystroke page, choose from a list of keystrokes to create a button. Then, when you select that button, it will function as if the assigned keys have been pressed.
This option does not appear on FTP sessions.