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Number keys must be pressed from the regular keyboard; not from the
If you submit an incorrect Port ID, an error message displays, and you
are returned to the OSD Main Menu.
5.5.4 OSD Main Menu Headings:
This column lists the Port ID numbers (Station Number - Port
Number) for all the CPU Ports on the installation. The simplest
method to access a particular computer is to move the Highlight
Bar to it, then press [Enter].
If a port has been selected for Quick View scanning (see F2 and
F4, below), an arrowhead displays in this column to indicate so.
Lists all the computers that are Powered On and are On Line.
NAME If a port has been given a name (see F5, below), its name
appears in this column.
5.5.5 The Function Keys:
Pressing a Function Key brings up a submenu that is used to configure and control
the OSD. For example, you can: rapidly switch to any port; scan selected ports
only; limit the list you wish to view; designate a port for Quick View scanning; create
or edit a port name; or make OSD setting adjustments.
GoTo allows you to switch directly to a port by either of the following two methods:
1. Move the Highlight Bar to the port you want then press [Enter].
2. Key in the Port ID or Name, then press [Enter].
Note: GoTo has a special feature that narrows the list of available choices as
you type the name. For example, if the first letter you type is a, the list
only displays those ports whose names begin with a. If the next letter
you type is b, the list only displays the ports whose names begin with ab,
To return to the OSD Main Menu without making a choice, press [Esc].
Pressing [F2] initiates Quick View Scanning, in which the OSD cycles through all
the ports that are currently selected in the List view (see F3, below), and displays
each one for the amount of time set with the Set Scan Duration function (see F6,
below). When you want to stop at a particular location, press the [Spacebar] to stop