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    jaa commented  · 

    I have tested the 'TMOUT', and it indeed works.

    The little icon in the top right of screen, for termius using your location, disappears after all of the remote endpoints close the connection(s).

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    jaa commented  · 

    You can also set the bash environment variable 'TMOUT' inside of your login shell.

    For example:
    export TMOUT=300 # 5 minute time

    This will cause the remote end of the connection to exit, thereby termius's connection should also exit.

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    jaa commented  · 

    Inside of termius, settings, disable both 'Active Connection Saver' and 'Save Location Data'

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    jaa commented  · 

    I agree.

    I am working with the new magic keyboard, and the proper trackpad support, for example, in iOS Pages, makes things much nicer.

    I have also tested 'blink shell' terminal app, and they have implemented proper trackpad support of copy/cut/paste.

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    jaa commented  · 

    It turns out this is not an issue.

    If you hold down the home button with a finger with a valid fingerprint, it goes to the iPad home screen. You can then open termius.

    However, if the finger used has not been registered, and you press the home button, if you go back to termius, it presents the fingerprint prompt again.

    I see no back-door here.

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    jaa commented  · 

    Termius will respond to proper ANSI escape sequences to return the terminal dimensions.

    For example, on a standard Linux/OSX terminal:

    stty -a
    eval `tset -s -Q`
    stty -a

    Or sometimes,
    eval `resize`

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    jaa commented  · 

    I just checked, and with the iPad Pro and the smart keyboard, I have no problem using the 'option' key as the 'alt' key.

    I did nothing to configure this.

    It works both at the shell command-line, and emacs.

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