Solaris Common Desktop Environment: User's Guide

To Set Reverse End-of-Line Wrapping

This option determines the behavior of backspacing at the end of a line. It corresponds to the following dtterm command-line options and resources:

  1. If the Terminal Options dialog box is not displayed, choose Terminal from the Options menu.

  2. Click the Reverse End-of-Line Wrapping button in the Keyboard Control section and choose the mode you want:

    • Enabled means backspace characters automatically wrap to the next higher line when the end-of-line is reached.

    • Disabled (the default) means no wrapping occurs.

  3. Click OK at the bottom of the Terminal Options dialog box or press Return to save your selection and exit the window.

    To save your selection and retain the window, click Apply.