Portrait and Landscape Settings
For UNIX and Linux connections, such as Linux, TinyTERM allows displaying a custom emulation size based on the device orientation. The Portrait Settings and Landscape Settings determine the number of rows and columns used under different conditions.
The first line under each Emulation Size setting is number of Rows, and the second line is the number of Columns. A different number may be set for each, depending on whether the on-screen keyboard is currently visible or hidden.
A number of keyboard layouts are available, depending on the device orientation. The Layout for each is set here. It can also be changed by tapping the keyboard button in the application title bar.