Manage Terminals

The Manage Terminals window displays a list of servers and terminals in tree view format. It provides another view of the same information displayed in the Terminals tool.

To access this window, use File→Manage Terminals.

Picture of Manage Terminals window.

Example Manage Terminals window.

The window has the following elements:

Each application window has its own independent terminal ordering and hidden/shown terminals. Select the application window whose ordering will be displayed.
Sync Order to All Windows
Copies the current terminal ordering and hidden/shown terminals to all application windows.
Terminal colors
If checked, each terminal's entry will be displayed in the terminal's current foreground and background colors.
Main Tree View

Displays the application window's terminal ordering in a two-level hierarchy consisting of servers and terminals. Each server entry contains:

  • The server's icon
  • The server's user, host, and name attributes
  • In square brackets, the name of the connection over which the server is connected

Each terminal entry contains:

  • The terminal's thumbnail icon, if any
  • The terminal's active pane index, if any. See ShowThumbnailIndex.
  • In square brackets and all caps, one or more status strings describing terminal states. Many of these correspond to the graphical indicators.
  • The terminal's title
Switch To
Switches to the selected terminal in the application window's active pane, as SwitchTerminal does.
Move to Front
Moves the selected server or terminal to the front of the ordering, as ReorderServerFirst and ReorderTerminalFirst do.
Move Up
Moves the selected server or terminal forward, as ReorderServerForward and ReorderTerminalForward do.
Move Down
Moves the selected server or terminal backward, as ReorderServerBackward and ReorderTerminalBackward do.
Move to Back
Moves the selected server or terminal to the back of the ordering, as ReorderServerLast and ReorderTerminalLast do.
Hides the selected server or terminal, as HideServer and HideTerminal do.
Shows the selected server or terminal, as ShowServer and ShowTerminal do.
New Terminal
Creates a new terminal on the selected server using the server's default profile, as NewTerminal does.
Close Terminal
Closes the selected terminal, as CloseTerminal does.
Disconnects the selected server, as DisconnectServer does.