Carnation Software
MacWise - Macintosh Terminal Emulation - telnet / serial for OS X - Wyse, Viewpoint, VT100, VT220
 

MacWise Version 11.60

Universal version of MacWise runs natively on Intel and Power PC Macs.

March 18, 2009

11.60

Fix - 156 column mode problems. When the text switched to 156 column mode under host control, the text size would be correct (smaller) until you started typing. Then it would get larger. Also, if you quit in 156 column mode and ran MacWise again, the text size would be too large.

Feature - Trailing spaces are now stripped from text copied into the clipboard when you lasso text with the mouse.

3/09/2009

11.59

Fix - "Save Settings As..." was causing window problems if several windows were open.
When you attempted to close a window after saving settings, it could tell you to activate the window first, even though it was already activated. Also, could hang when quitting with multiple windows open that had been saved as...

3/04/2009

11.58

Fix - Some Applescript commands not working - SetCaptureFile, DeleteCaptureFile and CaptureOn


Leopard note: If you have not upgraded to Leopard but are planning to do it soon, your old version of MacWise may not work with Leopard. MacWise versions prior to 10.9.17 will not run at all with Leopard. MacWise version 11 is fully Leopard compatible.
Also, MacWise versions prior to version 11 ran under Rosetta emulation on Intel Macs.
MacWise version 11 is Intel and PowerPC native (universal binary).
The current version of MacWise is 11.41
http://www.macwise.com/Download_MacWise.html

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Entire version history is here.



MacWise emulates ADDS Viewpoint, Wyse 50, Wyse 60, Wyse 370, Televideo TV 925, DEC VT100, VT220 and Prism terminals. Supports ANSI and SCO ANSI color. Esprit III color is also supported in Wyse 370 mode.

MacWise allows a Macintosh to be used as a terminal – connected to a host computer directly, by modem, local area network or over the Internet with telnet or ssh secure shell. The emulators support video attributes such as dim, reverse, underline, 132-column modes, protected fields and graphic characters sent from the host computer, as well as enhanced Viewpoint mode. Features include phone list and dialer for modems, on-screen programmable function keys, connection scripts and more. Works with desktop Macs, MacBook and PowerBook.