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Tera Term 4.69

New Features in Tera Term version 4.69

  • Added support for configuring the Terminal ID included in the DA3 control sequence reply.
    • Added the TerminalUID entry in the teraterm.ini file. The default value is FFFFFFFF.
  • Added support for the DECSTUI (Change Terminal Unique ID) control sequence.
    • Added the LockTUID entry in the teraterm.ini file. The default value is on.
  • Added support for the DECRQSS (Request terminal setting) control sequence. Supported control sequences are DECSCA, DECSCL, DECSTBM and SGR.
  • Added support for the DECFI, DECBI control sequences.
  • The control sequence requesting window size can reply the actual window size instead of the fixed 480x640 value.
  • When the ConfirmChangePaste is enabled, a user is confirmed with pasting the text by using Alt+R accelerator key. The ConfirmChangePaste can confirm when only one line is pasted.
  • Added support for mintty's application escape mode.
  • Added support for mintty's mouse wheel reporting control sequence.
  • Added support for the IME operation control sequence.
  • Added the "basename" and "dirname" macro command.
  • Added the "getfileattr" and "setfileattr" macro command.
  • Added the "foldercreate", "folderdelete" and "foldersearch" macro command.

Bug Fixes in Tera Term version 4.69

  • When the terminal width is 257 columns over, Tera Term does not display well.
  • When the terminal ID is VT520 and VT525, the Primary DA (DA1) reply is incorrect.
  • When the language is other than Japanese, the VT420, VT520 and VT525 on the Terminal Setup dialog do not work well.
  • When PassThruPort is specified as a local device mapping the network share, Tera Term printing does not work. cf.print with WINDOWS 7 net use LPT PERSISTENT:Yes
  • Tera Term cannot ignore the unsupported OSC control string.
  • Tera Term cannot understand a character after the DCS, SOS, APC and PM Control string.
  • When a log file is opened by writable mode, the file is existing and writing by another process can be opened.
  • When 8-bit string is received, the string is recognized as the control sequence by mistake.
  • Tera Term cannot properly send a broadcast message to selected windows by using the broadcast command. cf.Broadcast command issue in 4.68

Other Changes in Tera Term version 4.69

  • Upgraded TTSSH version supporting SSH2 to 2.56
  • Upgraded TTProxy to
  • Upgraded CygTerm+ to 1.07_21
  • Upgraded LogMeTT to 2.9.8
  • Deleted mutex object for running check by installer.

New Features in TTSSH version 2.56

  • Added support for confirming agent-forwarding request.
  • Added support for SSH2 key exchange methods: diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha256, ecdh-sha2-nistp256, ecdh-sha2-nistp384, ecdh-sha2-nistp521
  • Added support for SSH2 host key algorithms: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384, ecdsa-sha2-nistp521
  • Added support for SSH2 public key authentication methods: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384, ecdsa-sha2-nistp521
  • When the host key differs from the key included in the ssh_known_hosts file, Tera Term confirms whether a user adds the key instead of replacing.

Bug Fixes in TTSSH version 2.56

  • The 2GB over file cannot send by using the SCP protocol.

Other Changes in TTSSH version 2.56

  • Upgraded OpenSSL to 1.0.0d

New Features in TTProxy version

  • Added support for IPv6.
  • Changed the timing of the name resolution.

Bug Fixes in TTProxy version

  • The IPv6 address cannot be specified at the proxy server.
  • Tera Term cannot connect the proxy server with the IPv6 address by the IPv6 protocol.
  • Tera Term cannot connect the IPv6 host by using the SOCK5 proxy protocol.
  • Tera Term cannot connect the host not resolving the domain name by using the HTTP/TELNET proxy protocol.
  • Tera Term will try to resolve the domain name by mistake despite the SOCKS proxy connection.