All releases of Multi Gnome Terminal

  •  16 Oct 2001 16:50
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    Release Notes: Bugfixes for rendering background pixmap and opening/closing an application, and Tab label uses the rc style (not the default one).

    •  11 Oct 2001 15:48
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      Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed. When closing the window, the shell now saves the history file, and all user-defined commands no longer depend upon class. The background pixmap can now be tinted and shaded as Eterm does. The background image can now be scaled or tiled. You can now remove classes which are not needed. Each terminal can set its window title. When switching terminals, the window title also switches. You can also put titles in tabs, and you can choose the maximum length of the tab text.

      •  01 Oct 2001 15:26
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        Release Notes: A bug related to the wrong environment setting in new terminals has been fixed. One can now reorder the tabs (moving the current one to right or to left) using the buttonbar or toolbar. Tabs can be now be placed on the bottom, right, or left of the window.

        •  27 Sep 2001 11:40
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          Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed. A terminal state is now notified using colors, and the user can choose their preferred colors for terminal states ('Settings' > 'Preferences' > 'colors').

          •  24 Sep 2001 10:23
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            Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed. For instance, if one started a terminal window with '--start-factory-server' and then another one with '--use-factory', mgt crashed. If one opened a second terminal window, and then closed it without confirmation, mgt crashed. A Change button has been added to the edit_commands window.

            •  08 Sep 2001 00:07
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              Release Notes: A fix for a bug where terminals state changes wrongly to 'there is new output' on window resizing.

              •  06 Sep 2001 15:21
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                Release Notes: Now each terminal provides notice of its state by putting squared brackets around its name when the screen is changing and by putting two '#' characters around its name when the screen has changed. It is now possible to close a window without giving any confirmation.

                •  03 Sep 2001 10:46
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                  Release Notes: Shortcuts for user-defined commands added. Bug fixes.

                  •  31 Aug 2001 14:44
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