Release Notes: A bug that prevented any "Port" modification from being saved was fixed.
Release Notes: The possibility was added to select any number of connections and execute or delete them. Some code was added for softly closing connections when a tab or window closes.
Release Notes: A couple of minor bugs with "Clustered Connections" were fixed. A couple of other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The "cluster connections" feature was added. This lets you add any number of connected terminals to the same cluster and type on any of them to replicate every keypress to the rest of the connections in the same cluster.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented "Description" from being saved was fixed along with a bug that made "Copy/Cut/Paste" fail on the "Expect" properties tab. Small improvements were made in the EXPECT engine's disconnection routine.
Release Notes: The logic to detect "changes" in configuration was added, allowing for manual or automatic saving and advertising of exit without saving. A check routine was added to silently test configuration files at startup, which is good for version upgrades. Little GUI speedup improvements were made. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: An "Edit Variables" menu entry was added to quickly modify connections' variables. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A progressbar was added next to the status bar to inform the user how many "expectations" there are before getting "connected". Little GUI improvements were made.
Release Notes: A status bar was added to the terminal to show connection status (with a tooltip that shows every step made to connect). An option was added for local/remote commands to be confirmed before their execution. The expect engine was refined to allow more variable substitutions and avoid connection glitches. An option was added to choose whether or not to send an "INTRO" keypress in "Expect" commands. A little GUI readjustment was done. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The "UNDO" (Ctrl-z) function was implemented for every "text" widget, such as Variables and Description. The "Search" function in Terminals was modified to allow you to cancel any active search, which is good for searches that take an unexpectedly long time.