Ticket #36959

Open Date: 2017-02-01 22:43

Last Update: 2017-02-08 21:41

New macro command that can change flow control type of serial port

Priority:5 - MediumMileStone:(None)
Type:Feature RequestsSeverity:5 - Medium
Component:Tera Term MacroStatus:Open


"setrts" and "setdtr" are available, but no chance to set cts? help file only finds it as a resulting value of "getmodemstatus"

i have script scanning all possible baudrates and all possible bitmodes + flow control options. this is used on new devices that have unknown configuration. some are set with cts and some are not SETUP/serial menu gives option: flow control = hardware, but that is not possible to set via macro it seems.

can that be implemented please? Would help out a LOT!!

thanks, best regards

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2017-02-01 22:43 Updated by: None

  • New Ticket "How to switch CTS flag from macro?" created

2017-02-02 14:10 Updated by: maya

  • Resolution Update from None to Invalid
  • Priority Update from 7 to 5 - Medium

2017-02-07 20:11 Updated by: None


Thanks for reply.

It seems i was confused about CTS and it's meaning, so i clearify more. Changing SETUP / Serial Port / Flow Control = {none|Hardware|Xon/Xoff} options by a macro command would help out alot. Since the setting can be made via the mentioned menu, and it influences TT's ability to connect to devices, I personally see a use case (of course ;-) ).

I had a lot of trouble finding the cause for my connection-problem, originating in an incorrect setting one can only set via global configuration, not via macro-command. Now that I know of it, i can help myself, but it may confuse others in the future.

Thanks for caring and Kind regards.

2017-02-08 21:41 Updated by: maya

  • Resolution Update from Invalid to None
  • Summary Updated

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