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  1. key list for tortoisesvn?

    With Putty I use Pageant to host my rsa keys so that I can read and write to my subversion server. I love PenguiNet and would like to purchase it for our IT staff, but it doesn't provide anything similar to putty's Pageant and PLink.

    Is there any plans to add this functionality to the product in the future?

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    We do already have the Pageant functionality – it’s built right in to PenguiNet. In the Connection Profiles window, on the SSH tab, click the “Port fowarding” button and make sure that under “Additionally forward…”, the option “Authentication agent connections from the remote computer” is checked.

    v2.60 will include an equivalent of PLink.

  2. Clone session starting directory

    When you Clone an SCP or SFTP connection it would be very useful if the new session started in your current directory.

    if you're working on a file in /a/b/c/d/e/f/g for instance and want to download it, you hit clone SFTP and get taken to /root/ where you have to navigate back to where you started

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  3. Middle mouse scroll in vim.

    The thing I like most about gnome-terminal is the fact that it understands the middle mouse scroll. Especially in vim. Penguinet is a freaking amazing and it would awesome if this worked.

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  4. Add the ability to clear the scroll buffer

    Add an option to clear the scroll buffer. Sometimes, while debugging a large amount of build output, I find it easier to just throw away the scroll buffer so I can easily tell where I'm at in my output stream.

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