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      iTerm is a full featured terminal emulation program written for OS X using Cocoa. We are aiming at providing users with best command line experience under OS X. The letter i represents a native Apple look and feel of the program interface, and an emphasis on complete international support. iTerm was merged from two projects, CTerminal and TerminalX, both of which were based on JTerminal project. The current version is still in beta stage. It is however very much functional and usable.
    • Native Cocoa application that runs both on Tiger and Panther.
      • Native OS X user interface
      • Support for both PowerPC and Intel Macs
      • Applescript support
      • Transparent windows and custom background pictures
      • Bonjour support
    • Complete VT100 emulation, with additional support for most common xterm and ANSI escape sequences.
      • terminfo support with flexible custom key-mapping
      • Supports select-to-copy and mid-button paste
      • Supports focus follow mouse
      • Supports a variety of additional xterm escape sequences, including xterm titling sequence and xterm mouse reporting
      • Supports ANSI 16 colors, which are also fully customizable
    • Multi-tab within one window.
      • Tabs can be drag and drop between windows.
      • Tab labels can change color to indicate the session activities
      • Choose among Metal, Aqua, Adium, and Unified styles
      • You can send keyboard input to multiple tabs
    • Bookmarks for storing settings of most used sessions
      • You can fully customize each session, with support of macro in bookmark commands
      • Bookmarks can be specified to handle URLs such as ftp.
      • Create profiles for managing bookmark settings.
    • Anti-idle function that avoids disconnection because of no activity
    • Supports all language encodings that are available with OS X
      • User can specify a second font to display non-latin characters to achieve best look
      • Supports double-width characters, as used in many eastern Asian languages

    Modified: Aug 31st, 2007
    Created: Dec 18th, 2002
    Fabian and Ujwal S. Setlur
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