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SecureCRT(R) 6.7 (Beta) -- May 3, 2011 Copyright (C) 1995-2011 VanDyke Software, Inc. All rights reserved. This file contains a SecureCRT product history. It includes lists of new features, changes, and bug fixes sorted by release. For a product description, installation notes, registration information, and contact information, please refer to Readme.txt (downloaded with this installation). Changes in SecureCRT 6.7 (Beta 4) -- May 3, 2011 ------------------------------------------------ Bug fixes: - SecureCRT could crash on exit due to the way threads were being cleaned up. - SecureCRT crashed if a session with the "Auto reconnect" and "Close on disconnect" options enabled was disconnected. - SecureCRT crashed after pressing OK on the "Session Options", "Lock Session", or "Confirm Disconnect" dialog if the session that launched it had been closed after the dialog was displayed. - SecureCRT crashed after pressing OK on a script dialog if the session that launched the script had been closed after the dialog was displayed. - When the /F parameter was used on the command line to specify the location of the configuration folder and the menu or toolbar was customized, the changes were not saved. - A pop-up error message was displayed if the script method GetOption() was called with an unknown option name. - Serial: After connecting to a Windows COM port and then pressing any key, the CPU was pegged. - SSH2/SSH1: When a session established a port forward that launched an application, if the session attempted to connect using both an IPv4 and IPv6 address, two instances of the application were launched. - Windows: On Windows XP, if the display theme was set to Blue, Black, Aqua, or Silver and more than one SecureCRT window was connected to a session and "Send chat to all tabs" was used to send text to one of the sessions, it caused the other window to freeze. - Mac: If SecureCRT was run on a Mac system with the keyboard and mouse being controlled from another system running Synergy in server mode, the arrow keys did not work. - Mac: In the "Connect" dialog, the search string from the "Find Session" dialog was not remembered for subsequent searches. Changes in SecureCRT 6.7 (Beta 3) -- April 12, 2011 --------------------------------------------------- Bug fixes: - If the Connect bar was removed from the toolbar through customization and then SecureCRT was restarted, attempting to bring up the customization dialog caused SecureCRT to crash. - If a script that called Crt.Screen.Send() was repeatedly run, it could cause terminal corruption and possibly a crash. - Under certain circumstances, after editing the Default session and attempting to apply the changes to all sessions, SecureCRT hung. - Scripts that called Crt.Screen.Send() to send end of line characters had different behavior than they did prior to version 6.7. - After pressing the ALT key and then the ENTER key, SecureCRT attempted to connect to a host named "<aLT+R rel='nofollow' onclick='return false;'>". - When the SecureCRT window was resized by dragging the mouse, the rows and columns displayed in the status bar were not updated until the mouse button was released. - If the Connect bar was removed from the toolbar through customization and SecureCRT was restarted, the Global Options dialog incorrectly showed that the Connect bar was visible. - Mac and Linux: SecureCRT crashed when attempting to connect to a session with a misconfigured HTTP firewall. Changes in SecureCRT 6.7 (Beta 2) -- March 24, 2011 --------------------------------------------------- Changes: - Removed warning message about toolbar and menu bar needing to be updated. - Linux: On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5, the SecureCRT launcher icon is now installed into the Gnome system panel menu. Bug fixes: - Windows: It was not possible to get the Connect bar back if it was removed from the toolbar. - Windows: The Connect bar did not work when it was placed on the menu bar. - Windows: On Windows 7, if the corner of the SecureCRT window was dragged to the top of the desktop, the full height option did not work. - Mac: When the accelerator COMMAND+` was used to cycle through the SecureCRT windows, a "`" character was inserted into the session. - Mac: If two sessions were connected in different windows and one of the sessions was maximized and the second session was dragged into the first window and then sent out to a new window, the second session was not the correct size. - Mac/Linux: If an invalid license was on the clipboard, the license wizard did not display the correct text. - Linux: On 32-bit Ubuntu 10.x, it was not possible to add SSH1 keys to the agent. - Linux: Selecting "Exit" from the File menu closed all SecureCRT windows instead of just the current window. Changes in SecureCRT 6.7 (Beta 1) -- March 8, 2011 -------------------------------------------------- New features: - Linux versions for Ubuntu 10.x (32-bit and 64-bit) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 (32-bit and 64-bit). - Added an optional connect bar, which allows a connection to be made by entering the host on the toolbar. - Added support for recording Python scripts. - Added the ability to add more than ten buttons to a button bar. - Added the ability to copy buttons from one button bar and paste them on another button bar. - Added the ability to move buttons within a button bar. - Added the ability to map a key or button to browse for a script to run. - Added the ability to configure the double-click tab action to be "Clone Tab in New Window". - Added an option to the Connect dialog to sort sessions logically, which is helpful when session names contain numbers. - In the Session Options dialog, added ability to sort columns in the Connection / Port Forwarding category. - Added support for in-line composition of IME characters so that IME characters are inserted into the session window as they are typed. - Added the script function FileOpenDialog() that displays the file browser and returns the selected file. - Added the script function ScriptFullName() that returns the full path and filename of the currently running script. - Added an optional parameter to the scripting function Connect() that allows pop-up messages to be suppressed. - Added the ability to specify a listening IP address when setting up a local or remote port forward from the command line. - Added a global INI-file-only option "Script MRU Count" that allows the number of scripts displayed in the recently used script list to be specified. - When the global INI-file-only option "Single Instance" is set and SecureCRT is already running, shortcuts that use the /S flag now open the specified session in a new tab. - Windows: Environment variables can be specified when assigning a "Run Script" or "Launch Application" function to a button or key. - Mac: If a file or folder is dragged to a local shell session, the path to the file is pasted into the session. When a file or folder is dragged to the remote session, there is now a "Paste Path" option on the menu that is displayed. - Mac: Added the ability to specify SecureCRT as the default Telnet handler so that HTML links to Telnet sessions connect to the specified session in SecureCRT. - Mac: Added support for the following character encodings: GB2312, BIG5 (950), Korean (949), Shift JIS (932). - Mac: Added support for the /T command-line option. Changes: - Line and characte