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Missing setting "Exit Xshell when all connections are Closed"

Last post: Monday, March 30, 2015 3:50 AM by Support, 1 reply

 
Monday, March 23, 2015 10:04 PM - Arsag

Missing setting "Exit Xshell when all connections are Closed"

 
Hello,

In Xshell 5 documentation there is a reference to "Exit Xshell when all connections are Closed" setting but I can not find it in the "Advanced" tab of the "Options" window. I would like to be able to close all connections, except the last one, without reverting to local shell; closing the last connection should not also close the Xshell application. This option was available with Xshell 3 and Xshell 4.
Can you, please, tell me where I can find this option in Xshell 5 ?

Kind regards,
Arsag

Program Ver. : Xshell 5
Monday, March 30, 2015 3:50 AM - Support

Re: Missing setting "Exit Xshell when all connections are Closed"

 
These option conflicted with each other. When the "Revert to local shell when connection is closed" option is enabled and the "Exit Xshell when all connections are Closed" option is selected, the later option is never triggered.

I think we can try using the Key map feature.

1. Enable the Revert to local shell option.
2. Assign a key combination to close tab when pressed. For example, assign Ctrl-f to Menu > [Tab] Close.
3. Now, when you want to close the tab, press Ctrl-f and if you want to revert to local shell, exit.

Would this work for you?


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