Vintage Terminal is a terminal emulator that simulates the looks of a 1980s monitor.
Release Notes: Window resize/maximize, full screen (CTRL+F11), full screen with 80 columns (CTRL+SHIFT+F11), and a manual page.
Release Notes: Full terminal capabilities have been implemented.
Release Notes: This release adds control keys support (such as HOME, END, PAGE UP, etc.). It changes the initialization file to run .bashrc on startup. Normal color was made darker so that bright colors stand out more. Some bugs have been corrected.
Release Notes: Partial VT100 support has been implemented, enough to run alpine, vim (with syntax highlighting) and nethack, and to use commands like clear, more, and less. Character effects have been implemented: bold, underlined, blink, reversed, and dim. A file is now run when the terminal is started: ~/.vinterm_profile. It comes preconfigured with some useful settings for a monochrome terminal.
Release Notes: Initial public release.