LXTerminal 0.2.0 released.

LXDE own implementation of terminal emulator that is based on libvte library, got no releases for very long time. Now its time has came and it got a new featured release. We all thank to the new developer Jonathan (also known as FinboySlick) for those updates.
New release tarball download link:
lxterminal-0.2.0.tar.gz – SHA1: 0c2269c43aa463e5dbf869d935745226b3c9943a

Changes since previous release 0.1.11 (see git log for details):

  • A lot of translation updates.
  • Extended disabling alt key to menu mnemonics.
  • Updated some deprecated libvte APIs to new ones.
  • Fixed memory leaks.
  • Fixed a bug that Shift+C doesn’t work.
  • Fixed a bug that terminal got ATL key event which should be filtered.
  • Added multiple new tabs functionality.
  • Added clear scrollback option.
  • Added “Copy URL” to context menu.
  • Fixed passing Ctrl+C when pressing Ctrl+Shift+C.
  • Changed default distribution tarball format to XZ.
  • Implemented using lxterminal icon name when it’s available in the theme for window icon, or fallback to hicolor directory and shipped icon.
  • Massive rewrite preferences and setting:
    – Add shortcut tab to Preferences
    – Singleton setting for all application
    – Store setting only if in Preferences push OK button
    – Same change lxterminal_initialize
    – load menu from menu.ui
  • Raised GTK+ min version to 2.18.
  • Added a Keywords line into lxterminal.desktop file.
  • Removed need to restart lxterminal on shortcut changes.
  • Prevented segfault when escape is pressed during shortcut edit (to cancel changes).
  • Cleaned up preferences.c to reuse identical functions.
  • Added mouse autohide setting.
  • Fixed issue where initial geometry is affected by hidden/shown UI elements.
  • Fixed handling of multi-file input on -e/–command (e.g. -e foo *.txt).
  • File->Quit now replaced by safer “File->Close Window”.
  • Fixed build with GTK+ 3.0.
  • Fixed wrong window size on startup.

11 Replies to “LXTerminal 0.2.0 released.”

  1. I know this blog post isn’t about LXQT-Panel, but I want to thank y’all about it.

    I just now noticed that the volume applet is so much better then LXDE’s now. The addition of the ability to change which sink to make default is needed for me, thus I had been using pasystray, and now I don’t have to use it :). It is so awesome. Even more love for LXQT now :). It is already my favorite, and just keeps getting better. 🙂

  2. Stephen Bell, thanks for a comment.
    Don’t worry about LXDE, LXPanel in version 1.0 will have not only the feature mentioned by you, but much more, it is in active development again. 🙂

  3. Is it possible to add a login shell option like Gnome’s terminal emulator does? I’m having a difficult time trying to get the login shell feature to persist. I don’t mind editing my application shortcut (btw I have to do this manually.. trying to do it from the start menu does nothing at the moment.. with Lubuntu 14.04) but it only works for the FIRST tab I have open. As soon as I open a new tab, this feature seems to go away.

    I would consider this to be an important improvement to LXTerminal as login shell feature is needed to use RVM and that is a core piece of software used by ruby programmers.

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