Release Notes/wx3270/1.1ga6

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Known issues

  • None.

Improvements

  • All of the improvements in b3270 4.2ga6.
  • Added some automated tests.
  • Added the uSnapScreen() action.
  • Added more vertical white space to the 3270 font, for readability.

Bug fixes

1.1ga6

  • Underlined invisible fields are no longer rendered with underlines. Bug report
  • Reverse video fields are now rendered properly. Bug report
  • Verified TLS sessions are no longer reported with inverted status. Bug report
  • The scroll wheel on the mouse no longer scrolls the screen when the scroll bar is disabled. Bug report
  • wx3270 will no longer crash if the View Codes button is pressed when the Visible Control Characters window is already displayed. Bug report
  • In the Connection Editor, the Accept hostname can now contain period ('.') characters. Bug report
  • wx3270 no longer crashes on startup if the folder containing the default profile is not writeable. Bug report
  • The glyphs for U+2206 (∆) and U+2207 (∇) are now in their proper positions in the 3270 font. Bug report
  • Send-mode file transfers on TLS-encrypted sessions with a buffer size of 16309 bytes or greater no longer result in a fatal Back-end process exited or a Caught exception while processing back-end message error. Bug report
  • Per-connection window titles are now preserved when an automatic-reconnect session disconnects. Bug report

1.1ga5

  • Removed the right-to-left keyboard mappings from the default keymap. These are in a separate keymap (and have been for a while).
  • All of the bug fixes in b3270 4.2ga5.

1.1ga4

1.1ga3

  • wx3270 no longer crashes when a file transfer is initiated. This happened only if the computer's culture was set to something other than U.S. English (en-US) or French (anything beginning with fr-).
  • If a culture is specified on the command line, it is now propagated to new windows.

1.1ga2

See also

Release Notes/suite3270/4.2ga6 (included in this release)

Version decoder

Release date

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