MacWise
MacWise
20.2.7

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MacWise free download for Mac

MacWise20.2.7

10 May 2020

Use your Mac as a terminal.

Overview

MacWise emulates ADDS Viewpoint, Wyse 50, Wyse 60, Wyse 370, Televideo TV 925, DEC VT100, VT220 and Prism terminals. Esprit III color is also supported in Wyse 370 mode. MacWise allows a Mac to be used as a terminal - connected to a host computer directly, by modem, or over the Internet. The emulators support video attributes such as dim, reverse, underline, 132-column modes, and graphic characters sent from the host computer, as well as enhanced Viewpoint mode. Features include phone list and dialer for Hayes-compatible modems, on-screen programmable function keys and more.

What's new in MacWise

Version 20.2.7:
  • Screen Textwrap now works with more hosts when enabled.

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3 Reviews of MacWise

Carnation Software
02 October 2019
Version: 19.3.10

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The next version of MacWise 19.3.11 will have an option to use a new break option that should work with Sun Microsystem Unix servers. Select 'Edit Break Signal' from the Edit Menu and click on 'Use Universal Serial Driver Break' That new version should be available later this week.
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Carnation Software
02 October 2019
Version: 19.3.10
The next version of MacWise 19.3.11 will have an option to use a new break option that should work with Sun Microsystem Unix servers. Select 'Edit Break Signal' from the Edit Menu and click on 'Use Universal Serial Driver Break' That new version should be available later this week.
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Anonymous
08 October 2004
Version: 10.7.22
Dear Developer, Please fix MacWise to work for sending a break to Sun Microsystem Unix servers. This does work with Zterm. See the dev's notes. -- OSX Notes -- Sending Break under OSX: In 1.1b5 I have implemented the send break function. However, it appears some serial drivers do not implement the necessary control function for this to work. I have a workaround which might work. If you need the send break functionality, try it and see if the driver handles it correctly. If not, quit ZTerm, open up Terminal.app and type the command: defaults write com.mac.dalverson.ZTerm breakSim '300' Once this is set, instead of calling tcsendbreak, ZTerm will set the baud rate to the breakSim value, send a NUL, then restore the baud rate. The NUL at a lower speed should look like a break. The lowest value to use would be 50, which should cause a break signal of about 200 ms. I don't know what different drivers do with "non-standard" baud rates, so its probably best to use standard baud rate values.
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Anonymous
05 September 2004
Version: 10.7.15
... or just get ZTerm for a lot less.
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