KEYDEF(OPCSDEFS)        Optical Printer Control System       KEYDEF(OPCSDEFS)

    NAME
        keydef - This command has been made obsolete by KEYFUNC(OPCSDEFS)

    USAGE
                            ----- KEY DOWN -----   ----- KEY RELEASE -----
        keydef [function]   [port] [mask] [test]   [rport] [rmask] [rtest]

        [function] is the name of the keyfunction to redefine. See the list
        of names below.

        The 'KEY DOWN' port/mask/test definitions define the IBM PC port
        to monitor which will invoke the named function.

        The 'KEY RELEASE' port/mask/test definitions define the IBM PC port
        to monitor to determine when the key is released. This can optionally
        be defined to monitor a 'continuous' switch, so that the motors will
        stop when the continuous switch is released:

                keydef  profwd1  3bd 40 40  3bd 41 00

        The above monitors port 0x03bd for the 0x40 bit. When set, the motor
        will run until the 0x40 and the 0x01 bit of the same port are zero.
        In this case, the 0x40 bit is probably the invoking button, and the
        0x01 bit is the 'continuous' switch; if on, the motor will run until
        the continuous switch is turned off, even if the 0x40 bit is released.

    DESCRIPTION
        This command allows the user to redefine the keyboard keys while the
        KEY(OPCS) command is running. The user can actually assign the 
        operations to not only any keys on the keyboard, but any bit on
        any port on the IBM PC.
        
        This allows for external buttons to control bits on the parallel port
        (or whatever ports are available) and thus control any of the functions
        supported by the KEY(OPCS) command.


The following is a list of all functions the KEY(OPCS) command currently supports. These names are used in the KEYDEF(OPCSDEFS) commands that appear in the OPCSDEFS.OPC setup file as a default: keydef quit 0060 ff 01 0060 80 80 keydef pro2fwdslew 0060 ff 3b 0060 80 80 keydef pro1fwdslew 0060 ff 3f 0060 80 80 keydef camfwdslew 0060 ff 43 0060 80 80 keydef pro2revslew 0060 ff 3c 0060 80 80 keydef pro1revslew 0060 ff 40 0060 80 80 keydef camrevslew 0060 ff 44 0060 80 80 keydef pro2fwd1 0060 ff 3d 0060 80 80 keydef pro1fwd1 0060 ff 41 0060 80 80 keydef camfwd1 0060 ff 57 0060 80 80 keydef pro2rev1 0060 ff 3e 0060 80 80 keydef pro1rev1 0060 ff 42 0060 80 80 keydef camrev1 0060 ff 58 0060 80 80 keydef unlock 0060 ff 47 0060 80 80 keydef load 0060 ff 49 0060 80 80 keydef lineup 0060 ff 52 0060 80 80 keydef seek 0060 ff 0e 0060 80 80 keydef rep+1 0060 ff 02 0060 80 80 keydef rep-1 0060 ff 03 0060 80 80 keydef repset 0060 ff 04 0060 80 80 keydef pro2set 0060 ff 05 0060 80 80 keydef pro1set 0060 ff 06 0060 80 80 keydef camset 0060 ff 07 0060 80 80 keydef fdiset 0060 ff 08 0060 80 80 keydef fdoset 0060 ff 09 0060 80 80 keydef dxiset 0060 ff 0a 0060 80 80 keydef dxoset 0060 ff 0b 0060 80 80 keydef cls 0060 ff 0c 0060 80 80 keydef opn 0060 ff 0d 0060 80 80 keydef seek 0060 ff 0e 0060 80 80 keydef continuous 0000 00 00 0060 80 80 BUGS None. SEE ALSO DEENERGIZE(OPCSDEFS) - define port/bit to deenergize motors ALLSTOP(OPDSDEFS) - define port/bit to detect the allstop key BUCKLE(OPCSDEFS) - define port/bit to detect film buckles VIEWER(OPCSDEFS) - define port/bit to detect viewer open TRIPSWITCH(OPCSDEFS) - define port/bit to detect trip switches SETBIT(OPCSDEFS) - set bit(s) on a port CLRBIT(OPCSDEFS) - clear bit(s) on a port XORBIT(OPCSDEFS) - invert bit(s) on a port ORIGIN Gregory Ercolano, Los Feliz California 03-28-92
© Copyright 1997 Greg Ercolano. All rights reserved.