Input action

The Input action simulates keyboard input from an actual user. The action sends a sequence of keystrokes to the host terminal. The sequence can include keys that display a character (such as a, b, c, #, &, and so on) and also action keys (such as [enter] and others).

Insert at current cursor position
Select this box to have the macro runtime insert the input at the current cursor position on the host terminal. Clear this box to set the cursor Row and Column fields yourself. Enter the cursor row and column at which to insert the input. If a screen capture is available, you can click on it to set the cursor row and column. You can also enter into the Row and Column fields a variable name in the form $var$.
Enter into this field the string to send to the host terminal. You can enter an AID key into this field. For example, pressing F12 on the keyboard will insert [pf12]. Other AID keys can be inserted using the drop-down menu next to the field. Since a [tab] will be inserted if the TAB key is pressed, the mouse must be used to exit the field.
Translate host action keys
Select this box, which is the default value, to have the macro runtime interpret an action key string (such as [enter]) as an action key rather than as a literal string.
Move cursor to end of input
Select this box to have the macro runtime move the text cursor to the end of the input
Encrypt string
Select this box to have the macro editor encrypt the sequence of keys contained in the String field.

For more information see Input action (<input> element).