Viewpoint / Wyse emulation fixes.
Telnet Login Options file had garbled info about kermit options.
Updated splash screen for 2024
Fix - Mouse cursor could remain an I-Beam when using the Command Key, instead of returning to an arrow cursor.
Switching from a serial connnection to a unix, telnet or ssh connection was not closing the serial port if Enable Scripts was enabled and there was no close connection script.
MacOS Sonoma Compatibility - Double-Clicking on a settings file could have opened two versions of MacWise if you had more than one version on your Mac.
This could lead to settings corruption.
MacWise no longer allows two versions of MacWise to run at the same time.
Protect Fields for Viewpoint and Wyse emulation
Increased the input buffer size
Long listings that scroll the screen are more reliable when you scroll back.
Switching from 80 to 132 column mode under host control.
Fix - 'Port in Use' errors when opening a serial port.
Fix - Graphic drawing characters could intermittently replace normal characters.
Fix - PCL printing was not clearing the previous print job.
Remove strange characters from end of window menu items.
Fix - Removed items from the Window menu that were not compatible.
Fix - Prevent hangs when you attempted to select a developer system color.
Fix - Intermittent crashes when you selected a menu after selecting a color.
Fix - Direct PCL Printing and ASCII display mode recording.
You can now set a custom color for normal text.
Select Colors... from the Sizes menu and click on the colorwell box to to set a custom color.
Fix - Intermittent crashes after you closed a dialog box.
Fix - Apple Silicon Macs could not open a telnet session if Rosetta 2 had not been installed.
Fix - Remove warnings for Apple Silicon Macs when changing scroll back page numbers.
Compatible with MacOS Sonoma and backwards compatible to MacOS Sierra.
Optimized for Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
Fix - Opening the Preferences window a second time would cause the cursor to dissapear on Apple Silicon Macs.
NOTE: MacWise version 1.0 was originally released January 1, 1996 as a slimmed down version of MacToPic. Over the years, it became a full featured app.
(MacToPic was released in 1989).
Here is the complete History of MacWise