Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed. 'echo -e '1234567890\10\10\e[Z.' now produces correct output. Previously, if you began a keyboard shortcut in one MGT window, and then opened new MGT windows (not tabs), and then tried to use the full shortcut 'Ctrl-l n', MGT would crash. Another problem caused the cursor to disappear if the text selection went over it and back. If bold text was drawn by overstriking characters, stripes would be left along the left border of terminal screen. Finally, if screen was launched from MGT, it wouldn't render semi-graphic characters.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The main bugs that have been fixed are an MGT crash if it was launched without any config file, and an MGT crash at startup when given a non-existing class by the commandline option --wclass.
Release Notes: The main new feature for this release is that now each Tab can have its own settings for many things such as fonts, backgrounds, etc. Font handling has been improved, including support for pseudo-graphics characters (like xterm) and some support for proportional fonts. URL Handling now works with raw IP addresses, because mgt-helper script has been improved quite a lot. Several bugs have also been fixed.
Release Notes: In this release there are several enhancements: one can set contrast and gamma correction of background pixmap, which can be even illuminated as well as shaded, a different color and/or a different font can be chosen for bold text, hardset items of 'New Term' menu can be hidden, and command line options have been improved. Moreover mgt-helper script has been improved a lot and many bugs have been fixed too.
Release Notes: MGT now includes a shell script (mgt-helper) that adds additional functionality. Notably, you can now have separate bash histories for each Tab, and you can use mgt-helper as a GNOME URL Handler to launch text based applications in a new Tab. Also, several new Actions are available for keybindings, and logging out of a gnome-session can now save the current MGT Windows, Tabs, paths, and commands. A number of bugs are also fixed in this release.
Release Notes: The terminal window may be "split" horizontally and/or vertically; terminals may be "bonded" to each other (shared input and output); terminal output in one terminal may be "viewed" in another; terminals may be moved within the same Window or to another Window; and many new commandline options have been added for creating custom Tabs and Windows.
Release Notes: Two minor bugfixes (if 'titled tabs' option was used one got wrong numeric prefix in tabs, and keybindings didn't work if BlocNum was on).
Release Notes: This release features support for custom keybindings, startup tabs, font shadowing (like Eterm), multibyte support, and a new configuration scheme which is much more sensible. The terminal emulator has been partially rewritten, making MGT compliant with vttest; MGT now fully emulates VT100, VT220, VT52, and xterm terminals. Fixes have been made for problems with cut-and-paste resizing, xeno GTK themes, and transparent backgrounds that weren't updated when the desktop image changed.
Release Notes: In this release you can now group commands, and pressing 'CTRL-Left Mouse' or 'CTRL-Middle Mouse' will open a popup commands menu. Several bugs have also been fixed, including the '--login' option, applying tinting or shading to a transparent background, the use of keypad '.' in vim, and the option '--use-factory', which didn't work in previous releases of MGT.
Release Notes: A fix for a severe bug which caused MGT to crash with gnome-libs 220.127.116.11, fixes for 'Remove Terminal' in toolbar and menubar, and an ability to use the '--title' commandline option to set the MGT window title.