Windows Terminal Release Candidate v0.11.1333.0 (1.0rc2) to Windows 10

    Windows Terminal Release Candidate v0.11.1333.0 (1.0rc2) to Windows 10

    Windows Terminal Release Candidate v0.11.1333.0 (1.0rc2) to Windows 10


    Posted: 14 May 2020
    Changes

    • Some of you reported that text would literally melt, so we added two new rendering options to help congeal your terminal experience (#5853)
      • You can use the following (global!) settings to control various aspects of our rendering engine:
        • experimental.rendering.software (boolean): when your graphics drivers won't stay in their lane, you can opt in for software rendering.
        • experimental.rendering.forceFullPaint (boolean): you can turn off the differential drawing optimization that we added--at the cost of speed, you can have full determinism.
    • We're now shipping the latest version of Cascadia Code (and Cascadia Mono), 2004.30 (#5867)

    Bug Fixes

    Terminal Competence

    • git log (and other paged applications) should now copy with their lines wrapped (#5771) (#5870)
    • We should no longer leave old search result highlights laying around for you to step on like a small plastic block toy in the dark (#5798)
    • CSI 2 J (the non-destructive "clear screen") will now correctly push the screen into the scrollback (#5683)

    Rendering

    • Box and line drawing glyphs now appear at the right sizes (and actually connect with each other) (#5743)
      • This works in almost all fonts, but ones that do not actually have glyphs for that range will still have some unusual visual artifacting.
    • Hundreds of emoji should now appear to be the correct width (#5795)
      • A special exception was made for characters in WGL4, the old codepage 437 glyphs everybody knows and loves and also hates. They're still narrow.

    Reliability

    • Dragging a selection while resizing the terminal is not a reasonable thing to do, but it was even less reasonable for us to crash when you did so. We now don't. (#5855)
    • We'll no longer crash when the clipboard gives us the classic "high five! too slow!" (#5856)
    • Terminal is now more robust in the face of you trying to close the same tab multiple times (#5742)
    • Closing a tab in fullscreen mode will no longer cause terminal to stop responding (#5809)


    Source: https://github.com/microsoft/termina...g/v0.11.1333.0
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    14 May 2020


 

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