Setting a system option

By default, an option is not set. Specifying an option as an argument to the DBLOPT environment variable sets that option. If Synergy DBL doesn’t recognize an option on your operating system, that option is ignored.

On Windows and UNIX, do not use quotation marks when defining multiple runtime options. For example:

set DBLOPT=1,7,16,22

or

DBLOPT=1,7,16,22

On OpenVMS, when you define multiple system options, you must enclose them in quotation marks. If you don’t use quotation marks, DCL interprets the logical as a search list, and the runtime will only process the first option specified. For example:

define DBLOPT "1,7,16,35"

See DBLOPT for more information.

You can also set or reset a system option at runtime using the %OPTION function.