How to remap a key in Intermec Terminal Emulation? Customer would like to remap keys F2 and F5 per session CK71 - Needs ITE to have a Dollar Sign for a log in
To remap a key(s) in ITE a file needs to be created that has the change(s) to be made. This file identifies the key code that is to changed and the value it will be set to. The file has to be named remap.cfg and it has to be placed in the ITE folder that is on the unit. The location of this folder is dependent on the version of ITE that has been loaded on the unit.
The procedure below can be used to determine the key code for the key to be remapped.
In ITE open the ITE menu
Select 4) Tests - Peripherals
Select 4) Keyboard Test
In the right image above the F1 key was pressed.
Once the keycode that is to be remapped has been identified the remap file can be created. Here is an example remap line statement. This statement will remap the F1 key to "Field Exit" (ANSI/VT100 example), The key code for the F1 key is 1031. The keycode for the Field exit is 3045. The keycodes are referenced in the keycode table listed below.
Save the file with the name remap.cfg. This file has to be placed into the same location as the te_settings.ini file. The folder location will vary depending on the version of ITE that is installed on the unit..
For the CK3X the specific location for the remap.cfg file would be \Program Files\Intermec\ITE
To remap keys per session (Enterprise TE):
Use the following syntax to remap keys for each session. The session number can be 1, 2, 3, or 4.
For a full list of key values see the ITE User Guide.