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  •  06 Oct 2010 04:34
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    Release Notes: Redirection of /dev/tty0 output to FbTerm's sub-window was added. The "ambiguous-wide" option was added to treat ambiguous CJK characters as wide width. The "font-height" option was added to force font height. The shortcut CTRL_ALT_K was added to kill the frozen IM server. A bug where curses line drawing characters give inverted questions marks was fixed. A text auto selection bug was fixed. A logical error in terminal insert mode was fixed. A few other bugs were fixed.

    •  14 Nov 2009 01:50
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      Release Notes: This release added VESA video card support and rendering messages for IM server development. It fixed a bug where Ctrl+Space was a shortcut even when run without the "input-method" option, a bug that occurred when FbTerm wasn't compiled with gpm mouse support but run in a gpm server enabled environment, an IM program dead loop bug triggered by a FbTerm crash, and several spelling errors in the help message and man page.

      •  26 Apr 2009 02:38
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        Release Notes: Support was added for text rendering with a backround image. Command-line arguments were added to customize the command executed in a sub-window. Support was added for Alt-Fn and all of FbTerm's shortcuts when an input method is actived. The "-v/--verbose" option was added to show some useful information. Some text color issues with version 1.4 were fixed. An encoding selection error when the locale is C/POSIX was fixed. A bug where the screen is cleared on startup even in an inactive tty was fixed. A bug where the HOME variable is not defined was fixed.

        •  14 Mar 2009 22:23
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          Release Notes: Text rendering performance was improved. Support for 256 color mode was added. A "font-width" option was added to adjust character width. Support for older 2.2/2.4 kernels was added. A crash bug with bitmap fonts was fixed. A configure failure in the cross-compiling environment was fixed.

          •  20 Dec 2008 07:25
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            Release Notes: This release added command line arguments for changing option values, a client-server based input method framework, screen rotation support, and support for visual type DIRECTCOLOR used by ATI cards. It also fixed a bug where users couldn't input some Unicode characters, a bug where original console state was not restored after FbTerm exited, and several trivial bugs.

            •  12 Oct 2008 14:06
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              Release Notes: Escape and control sequences compatibility with the Linux console was improved, and sequences for changing the color palette and cursor shape are supported. An option to adjust the default cursor shape and flash interval and an option to modify characters considered as part of a word while auto-selecting text were added. A freeze issue caused by changing console winsize under Linux kernel 2.6.26 was fixed. An error was fixed where the screen was not repainted when switching back to a virtual console on which FbTerm is running, but in which FbTerm does not have an active window. Several crash bugs and a buffer overflow were fixed.

              •  23 Aug 2008 13:40
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                Release Notes: This release adds configurable additional text encoding support and switches between them with hot keys. It adds an option in the configure file to let the user adjust the max scroll-back history lines of every window. It fixes a cursor drawing issue involving a shell command line containing double width characters. It fixes a spelling error in the source for older kernel support. It fixes a compile failure with kernel headers older than 2.6.24.

                •  05 Jul 2008 08:27
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