Terminal ([Setup] menu; Japanese mode)

This page is described when the Language is selected to Japanese on the Setup - General dialog. Please refer to below page if another language mode is used.

"Terminal setup" dialog box

Terminal size
The logical size of the terminal (numbers of columns and lines). Note that the window size (real screen size) is not necessarily equal to the terminal size.
Term size = win size
Forces the terminal size to be always equal to the window size.
Auto window resize
When the terminal size is changed, resizes the window to the terminal size.
New-line (receive)
CR
Tera Term doesn't convert it.
CR+LF
Received CR ($0D) character is converted to CR+LF ($0D $0A) pairs.
e.g.) If "CR LF" is received, it is converted to "CR LF LF."
LF
Received LF ($0A) character is converted to CR+LF ($0D $0A) pairs.
e.g.) If "CR LF" is received, it is converted to "CR CR LF."
AUTO
Received CR ($0D) or LF ($0A) character is converted to CR+LF ($0D $0A) pairs.
e.g.) If "CR+LF" are received, it is not converted.
If "CR" is received, it is converted to "CR LF."
If "LF" is received, it is converted to "CR LF."
New-line (transmit)
CR
Tera Term doesn't convert it.
CR+LF
CR ($0D) character to be sent is converted to CR+LF ($0D $0A) pairs before it is actually sent.
LF
CR ($0D) character to be sent is converted to LF ($0A) before it is actually sent.
Terminal ID
Terminal ID to be reported to the host when the host requests it. Note that the terminal ID is not identical to the telnet terminal type. To change the telnet terminal type, use the [Setup] TCP/IP command.
Local echo
Enables local echoing of characters sent.
Answerback
The string to be answered back to the host, when the ENQ ($05) character is received. Each non-printable character in the string can be expressed as a "$" and ASCII code in two-character hex number. For example, the string "ABC<CR><LF>" is expressed as the following:

ABC$0D$0A

Auto switch (VT<->TEK)
Enables auto switching between VT and TEK emulations.
Kanji (receive)
Kanji character that is received from host(SJIS, EUC, JIS, UTF-8 and UTF-8m).
7bit katakana (receive)
When "HANKAKU" katakana code from host is described for 7bit (Shift control with SO/SI is using), please select this entry. This is only enabled when Kanji (receive) is JIS.
Kanji (transmit)
Kanji character that is sent from client(SJIS, EUC, JIS and UTF-8).
7bit katakana (transmit)
When "HANKAKU" katakana code from host is described for 7bit (Shift control with SO/SI is using), please select this entry. This is only enabled when Kanji (transmit) is JIS.
Kanji-in (transmit)
The escape sequence is used when Kanji (transmit) is JIS. (Sequence regarding Kanji character is specified to G0. ^[$@ or ^[$B). The escape sequence from host can use any sequence.
Kanji-out (transmit)
The escape sequence is used when Kanji (transmit) is JIS. (Sequence regarding ASCII and JIS Roman code is specified to G0. ^[(B or ^[(J ). The escape sequence from host can use any sequence.

NOTICE: ^[(H can not be selected on initial setting.

locale
Locale setting. Refer to Unicode for details.
CodePage
Codepage setting. Refer to Unicode for details.