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Archive for the 'Mac' Category
Monday, January 21st, 2013
TinyTERM for Mac includes a “Close on Disconnect” option. This causes TinyTERM to close when the current session disconnects. However, it fails with SSH connections, leaving TinyTERM open but disconnected.
Monday, November 12th, 2012
TinyTERM for Mac has no script language support. Century Software, Inc., has received a request to add that capability.
Monday, October 29th, 2012
TinyTERM for Mac supports SSH and telnet connections. Century Software, Inc., has had a request to add RS232 (serial) communication capability.
Friday, October 19th, 2012
The hardware keyboard should be mappable on OS X by putting a
keyboard.dat file into
~/Library/Application Support/TinyTERM-ITX. But doing so does not actually change the keyboard behavior. A similar problem affects TinyTERM for Linux.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
In TinyTERM for Mac and Linux, the list of connections cannot be re-ordered. As such, the connection list appears to be random.
Thursday, October 11th, 2012
TinyTERM for Mac does not have file transfer capabilities. Century Software has received a request to add this capability.
CR 1061, ZMODEM protocol
Friday, August 17th, 2012
TinyTERM for Windows includes an option to bypass the printer drivers. Century Software, Inc., has had a request to add the same capability to TinyTERM for Mac.
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012
TinyTERM ITX for Mac does not currently allow the user to change the National Replacement Character Set in VT-series emulations. This functionality is available in TinyTERM for Windows. Century Software, Inc., has had a request to extend NRCS support to the Mac.
Monday, April 30th, 2012
In TinyTERM ITX for Mac, the number 0 and the capital letter O look identical. They can be distinguished by context in most cases, but not by looking at them.
Monday, April 9th, 2012
The optional ~/.ssh/config file allows users to configure server by alias, include the username, and set many other options. Connecting to a host system via this locally-stored file speeds up the process. Century Software, Inc., has received a request to implement support for this on the Mac.