Release Notes: Some feature enhancements and bugfixes and a PersonalJava environment.
Release Notes: OpenSSH support (Blowfish Cipher) was added. The extra cryptix library is no longer needed, and the SSH plugin will nicely connect to OpenSSH servers now.
Release Notes: This release includes a new working Shell plugin, which allows you to use the JTA as Terminal application running a native shell or program on your system.
Release Notes: Text high-lighting (cut & paste) now works even on Windows NT systems.
Release Notes: This update fixes a problem introduced by the last release which results in invisible text on screen. It seems that most of the Java implementations in common browsers do not support character encoding of "ISO8859_1" correctly.
Release Notes: On request there have been changes to some of the plugins. The Terminal can now ring an audio bell (applet only), has a localecho option, and display asian characters by configuring the character encoding (i.e. SJIS). The status plugin can now display external information. For Netscape users the ability to grant extra privileges, like clipboard access or free connectivity has been added.
Release Notes: Testing for the changes (minor bugfixes) made lately has proved to be ok, so the current release has officially been named 2.0.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes have been made in the ssh and terminal plugins, and printing is now b&w. The next release will be the final one.
Release Notes: The Java 2 slowness has been fixed.
Release Notes: The double return problem for ssh users has been addressed. We have ported the programmable button bar from the older version, so you can start converting to the new 2.0 version and configure the look and feel of the applet. It is now possible to have more than one button bar to display one at the top or bottom of the applet or wherever you like.