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Common User Access (CUA) guidelines
z/OS ISPF Dialog Developer's Guide and Reference
This topic briefly describes how ISPF supports the Common User Access (CUA) guidelines. The CUA guidelines define a user interface in terms of common elements, such as the way information appears on a screen, and interaction techniques, such as the way users respond to what appears on a screen. See the SAA CUA Basic Interface Design Guide.
ISPF supports the CUA guidelines in several ways. You can:
With ISPF, the panel ID is displayed according to CUA defaults and the PANELID command acts as a toggle.
ISPF also lets you indicate, for an application session, if you want to use CUA defaults. If selected, the Panel display CUA mode option on the ISPF Settings panel controls:
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