Windows Terminal 1.9.1942.0

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Microsoft heeft een nieuwe versie uitgebracht van de Windows Terminal. Het gaat om versie 1.9 waarin je nu de mogelijkheid hebt om de terminal vast te maken bovenin het scherm. Deze modus staat heeft de naam Quake Mode. Ook heeft de terminal nu ondersteuning voor invoer van de muis voor console-applicaties. Windows Terminal is een terminalapplicatie en een zeer goede vervanger voor de ingebouwde Opdrachtprompt en de PowerShell-terminal in Windows zelf. Het heeft veel meer moderne functies, zoals tabbladen, utf-8 en utf-16-ondersteuning, 24-bit kleuren, zoeken, thema’s en het heeft ondersteuning voor Opdrachtprompt, PowerShell, PowerShell Core en WSL, allemaal in een applicatie.

Je vindt het volledige changelog van versie 1.9 van Windows Terminal hieronder, evenals instructies hoe je de applicatie kan downloaden.

Downloaden

Je kunt Windows Terminal downloaden en installeren via de Microsoft Store. Gebruik je die liever niet, dan kun je de applicatie ook downloaden als msixbundle vanaf GitHub.

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Changelog

This release brings many of the preview changes in Windows Terminal 1.9 to the stable channel.

You may not yet see this release in the Store. We are trying a new “slow rollout” system that follows the Windows Insider program. You can always install a new build from this repository!

Notable changes include:

  • Terminal now supports pinning an instance to the top of the screen that you can summon at any time (colloquially referred to as “Quake Mode”) (#9785) (#9956) (#9977) (#10108) (#10113) (#10150)
    • It is bound by default to Win+` (#10122)
  • Terminal now supports mouse input for Windows console applications! (#9970) (#10138)
  • The Appearance page will now show you a (tiny) preview of the Terminal (#9527)

Please note that the following features are not included in the 1.9 stable release:

  • The ability to set Windows Terminal (stable) as the default console application host
  • The live action editor in the Settings UI

Please see the following release notes for additional details:

preinstallation kit is available for system integrators and OEMs interested in prepackaging Windows Terminal with a Windows image. More information is available in the DISM documentation on preinstallation. Users who do not intend to preinstall Windows Terminal should continue using the msixbundle distribution.

We’ve also backported the following changes and bug fixes from Windows Terminal Preview 1.10.1933.0:

Changes

  • This version of Terminal comes with Cascadia Code 2106.17. This version of the Cascadia family of fonts refines the “cursive” italic letter forms to have more universally-acceptable shapes and introduces support for Hebrew and Arabic glyphs.
  • Terminal windows launched via “Open Here” will open new tabs in the same directory (#10546) (thanks @ianjoneill)
  • The “quake mode” action is now named “Summon Quake window” instead of “Global summon something something window _quake” (#10641)
  • The opacity slider will now display a % sign like it should have to begin with (#10369) (thanks @chingucoding)

Bug Fixes

  • An accessibility issue that resulted in misshapen selection regions has been fixed (#10544)
  • Terminal will no longer minimize itself when targeted by a commandline application (#10389)
    • … or when you target it with -w (#10396)
  • We will no longer destroy commands using iterateOn when you press Save (#10373)
  • Nested commands now dismiss more reliably when using the command palette (#10392) (thanks @kovdu)
  • We will not attempt to not un-toggle the command palette if you choose to toggle it while it is open (#10423) (thanks @kovdu)
  • When we encounter a malformed fragment document, we will no longer fail to read any future fragment documents (#10601)
  • The action editor should now be more usable in Light theme (#10412)
  • “Open Windows Terminal Here” will now appear in your language (#10446)
  • 1.9.1523.0 Terminal will no longer exit unceremoniously when your startingDirectory cannot be found (#10263)
  • 1.9.1523.0 A window that receives an incoming console application will now spring to the foreground (#10217)

Performance

  • During heavy output load, we will spend a lot less time …

Reliability

  • Terminal should crash less often when you are closing a tab (#10549)
  • We’ve fixed a crash in reloading the settings with the Settings page open (#10390)
  • An application setting the Terminal background should probably not crash it, huh? (#10357)
  • 1.9.1523.0 If our packaged fonts cannot be found, we will now be more robust and less likely to faceplant on launch (#10260)
  • 1.9.1523.0 The “default terminal” feature no longer causes crashes on OS versions where it is unavailable (#10238)
  • 1.9.1523.0 If we can’t accept handoff (“default terminal”) connections when we start, we’ll no longer crash on launch (#10261)
  • The settings UI will no longer overflow its frame on launch/reload (#10619) (thanks @mimvdb)
  • Terminal will try to do a better job recovering the profile you were looking at when the settings reload (#10618) (thanks @mimvdb)
  • 1.9.1523.0 The “default terminal” dropdown has been fixed for High Contrast users (#10185)

VT Support

  • RIS will now reset mouse mode and encoding (#10602)
  • DECSET 12 (enable/disable cursor blink) is no longer ignored (#10589)

WPF Control

  • We’ve fixed an issue in the WPF control’s 64-bit build that resulted in hilarious colors (#10486)

Documentation, Schema and Code Health

Thank you to @j4james, @ayushman16, @onerandomusername@ealap@LuanVSO  and @WSLUser for contributions to the documentation, code health, build scripts and JSON schema document.

Additional thanks to @jsoref for maintaining the check-spelling action and keeping Terminal’s spell checker up to date!