MacTerm on OS X is now a complete replacement for Terminal, allowing access to both local and remote applications.
Its many features include powerful terminals (with or without tabs), a very flexible preferences system, TEK vector graphics, dynamic search, notifications and keep-alive, macros, a floating command line window, special keypads, a session manager, and even a basic Python scripting interface. It's also free software under the GPL.
- Several sheets (Custom Screen Size, Custom Format, Custom Key Sequences, Custom Text Translation) have been reimplemented in Cocoa, which makes them look much better on Retina displays. The new sheets also support inheritance features that were previously only available in the Custom Format sheet.
- Fixed minor animation quirks, including an issue that could make more...
- OS X 10.9 or later