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Monday, February 12, 2007

Recent Versions of MacWise Terminal Emulation for Mac

2/08/2007

10.7.995

Fix - VT100 and VT220 emulation - graphics mode was not returning back to text mode when Replacement mode was selected by the host. Symtom was that you could see graphic characters on the screen instead of normal text characters.

Fix - VT100 and VT220 emulation - Allow the host to send cursor positioning to row 255 and column 255. Some hosts use this as a dummy position and then request the actual cursor position from MacWise. Previous versions of MacWise worked when in SCO ANSI mode only. Now works if SCO ANSI is on or off.

Feature - Added MNP5 data compression to the list of available modem init strings.

Fix - If you typed in your own modem init string, it would not be remembered unless you had the "Custom String" button enabled. Instead, it would revert back to the preset button you had enabled. Now, when you enter your own modem init string and click OK, the string will be remembered and the "Custom String" button will be enabled.

2/07/2007

10.7.994

Feature/Fix - Window size was not being remembered when you opened a settings file.
Now all saved settings files will save the window size and position.
(Older settings files saved prior to this version will need to be re-saved to take advantage this feature).
You also need to enable an option in Preferences, "Remember Window Positions and Size". By default, this option is disabled to make windows open at standard window sizes.

1/16/2007

10.7.993

Feature - Added the option to move forward and backward through open windows using Next Window and Previous Window under the Window Menu.
Can also use keyboard shortcuts, Command ] and Command [

Fix - Re-sizing a window while in the "vi" editor, would cause an exit to the unix prompt.

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Monday, October 10, 2005

Telnet Connections

Possible causes for no connection

1. Incorrect Host IP address

2. The host requires an answerback message from you during login.
If so, find out what it is and use MacWise Connection Scripts under the File Menu.

3. The host requires that your client ID be entered in the TCP Network preferences for OS X.

4. You are not using the correct port. Port 23 is standard but yours might be different.

5. The host requires that your Mac be in a range of valid IP addresses.

6. You have not opened the connection.

7. Your Mac is not connected to a network or Internet.

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