Terminal RT connects to linux, unix, and other SSH capable devices directly through an SSH2 connection. Most advanced features are contained in the bottom app bar. On touch devices, you can drag your finger from the bottom of the screen towards the middle to bring up the app bar. Using a mouse, you can right click in the app to bring up the app bar.
Release 10 Notes: Complete redesign of the UI optimized for Windows 8.1 Fixed some issues with screen flickering, background connections, and more. Telnet connections are available. Telnet may not work correctly for all servers, please report any bugs encountered. URLs can be opened by right clicking the Terminal and selecting one of the “quick open” urls, or opening the URL Popup which lists all available URLs in the current screen buffer. The swipe gesture can be used to switch between terminals. While using a mouse, you may also use the left and right arrow buttons on the side of terminals to switch between terminals. AppBar buttons now shrink to show all available buttons when in portrait mode. Previously, they would extend out of the available space in the AppBar. Improved the design of popups. See the complete release notes at: http://devfluid.com/?p=156
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This release may contain bugs, please contact support@devfluid with screenshots and details.
Terminal RT is released under the Apache 2.0 License found at: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html
Terminal RT includes derivative code from Granados, named GranadosRT, which was released under the Apache 2.0 License. The modified source code can be found on http://www.devfluid.com/ Granados: http://granados.sourceforge.net/ GranadosRT: https://github.com/spiegalpwns/granadosRT http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html