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Old 03-31-2019, 11:31 AM   #1
rbtylee
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Terminology 1.4.0


Terminology 1.4.0 was released today and I have packaged it and placed it in BL 5.0 testing repo.

The changelog of this release:

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Additions:
* Add Continuous Integration on every push to the git repository
* Add a test framework on escape code parsing and interpreting
* Add more than 120 test files
* Add support, along with tests, for the following escape codes:
DSR-DIR, DSR-KBD, DSR-MSR, DSR-DECCKSR, DSR-OS, DSR-PP, DSR-UDK,
DECSCLM, DECBI, DECFI, DECSACE, DECRARA, DECCRARA, DECIC, DECDC,
DECCRA, DECST8C, DA3, DECSWBV
* Add finer configuration on whether to activate links
* Set environment variable WINDOWID

Improvements:
* Selections only disappear if the underlying content changes
* When pasting a buffer, skip control characters as a security measure

Fixes:
* Fixes, along with tests, on handling the following escape codes:
VPR, DECERA, DECFRA, DSR-CPR, DCH, DECALN, DECAWM, IL, DL
* Fixes, along with tests, on mouse reporting
* Fixes on issues spotted by Coverity
Enjoy
 
Old 03-31-2019, 12:12 PM   #2
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Thanks Robert!!!
 
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Old 04-01-2019, 10:46 PM   #3
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Thanks!

My review. I'm happy to admit I'm not a terminolgy fan and normally use lxterminal, but had to try this cuz I'd prefer to use bodhi defaults. Works for me!

The thing I really didn't like before, is that when I right click, there is a delay in the menu popping up. I remember that in my head, to the point I removed it from all my computers. So when I saw your new version I had to re-try it.

I only tried it on my "fast computer" and of course right-click was the first thing I tried. What I observed is the first time, it's slow. Then after that, it's fine. Then I thought about it. The main reason I use right-click is to copy/paste. And in other terminals, besides appearing fast the first time I click, the cut/paste menu appears *where* I click. Seems in terminology its always way over to the right. This is annoying having to move my mouse so far to copy/paste.

I didn't like the greyish background, I wanted it true black. I first played around in settings with "background" and "colors" unsuccessfully, then tried "theme". After picking the black theme, then my background was black. But I couldn't get the text white. I thought the transparency option was cool, I played around with it and decided 90% is good.

I don't like the bell when I backspace too much, so I disabled that.

I replaced my ibar terminal with terminolgy so I'm going to keep using it to see if I want to keep it.

Last edited by enigma9o7; 04-01-2019 at 10:49 PM.
 
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