Windows Terminal v1.18.3181.0
Welcome to the mid-November servicing release for Windows Terminal!
This release includes the following bug fixes:
- Environment variables will no longer spontaneously disappear if one happens to have a
NULin it ( #16190)
- The "Azure Cloud Shell" connector has been updated to support the new cloud shell protocol ( #16247)
- The regression where "Cascadia Mono" (or "... Code") would not be found on upgrade has been un-regressed ( #16196)
- The light color schemes now include a selection background that is actually visible ( #16243) (thanks @TahaHaksal!)
- You may need to delete the light color schemes from your settings to see this change.
- With the new rendering engine, some pixel shaders should no longer cause characters to have a black background ( #16219)
- Terminal no longer leaks nigh-unto infinite amounts of memory when it's out of focus ( #16251)
- When you close a window on Windows 10, there's a much lower chance of Terminal blowing up spontaneously ( #16267)
- (newly backported from 1.19) A rare crash seen on Windows 10 when creating a new window has been obliterated ( #16047)
- The issue where stable-branded binaries contained a
-previewmoniker has been fixed ( #16122)
- The system menu no longer grows hundreds of copies of the
Settings...menu item when you close and reopen a window ( #16225)
Binary files inside the unpackaged distribution archive bear the version number
Windows Terminal 1.18.3181.0 has been released.