Yes, but that didn't work out too well. I installed it ( after reading a post that suggested this ) but couldn't initiate it in WinRunner. It was looking for a HLAPPI.DLL file. Per Mercury, they also said that the TE addin didn't support DOS windows.
We don't have the DLL as we don't use any terminal emulators for the applications that we test. I also searched google to download one but haven't found one yet.
Question : the DLL is specific to terminal emulators and is not in any way used by the DOS window. If the TE addin uses the DLL to interact with a terminal emulator window, how would it interact with a DOS window which is not a terminal emulator window?