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Settings - Other

Description

 

The Settings - Other section you will be able to define certain action buttons and also manage your view.

 

Settings - Other

Settings - Other

 

My Account Settings

Set personal credentials and private key. The data in My Account Settings is local and is not shared with other users. Personal credentials are used in entries by setting the Credentials property to My personal credentials.

 

Settings - Other - My Account Settings

Settings - Other - My Account Settings

 

Option

Description

My personal credentials

Set a personal credential entry that can be used in entries.

Reset my personal credentials

Delete the personal credential entry.

My personal private key

Set a personal private key that can be used with SSH/Terminal sessions.

Pleasant Password Server

Set a Pleasant Password Server account credentials.

 

User Interface

Other - User Interface

Other - User Interface

 

Option

Description

Ask for confirmation before cancelling changes

Closing a dialog without saving your changes will prompt you for confirmation.

Override language

Set the language manually

Language

Select the application language. Please note that most of the translated content is translated by our community.

Entry Touch Action

Select the action to occur when tapping an entry:

View or Open

Show Menu

Default

Session tabs display

Select how to display your session tabs in your dashboard between:

Show session tabs only if 2 or more sessions are open

Always show session tabs

Never show session tabs

Enable full screen gesture

While inside a session, touching the screen with 3 fingers will hide or unhide most UI components.

Show Android Status bar

While inside a session, show the Android Status Bar at the top of the screen.

Terminal Large Toolbar Mode

Will make the toolbar buttons bigger and easier to press.

Invert bluetooth mouse buttons

Invert the left and right buttons for bluetooth mouse. (RDP, ARD, VNC, etc.)

 

Networking Settings

The Networking Settings contains the Wake-on-LAN feature. Wake-on-LAN is an Ethernet computer networking standard, which allows a computer to be turned on or woken up by a network message. This is an OS-agnostic feature that works by broadcasting a specially crafted “magic packet” at the data link layer.

 

Wake on LAN Port

 

Define the default Wake-on-LAN port.

 

Wake on LAN Port

Wake on LAN Port

 

Wake on LAN Broadcast IP address

 

Define the default Wake-On-LAN Broadcast IP address.

 

Wake on LAN Broadcast IP address

Wake on LAN Broadcast IP address