From: Simon Capewell
DONE(03222009_1254)1. Allow connection to servers on a specific port using AdvancedSettings2.RDPPort
DONE(03192009_0916)2. More screen resolutions on the slider - most obviously 1152x864 and 1280x1024.
DONE(03202009_1341)3. Context menu on the list of servers.
DONE(03222009_1254)4. Options for different icon sizes for the list of servers.
ONGOING 5. Groupings for servers - handy if you have lots of clients each of whom have multiple servers. You could launch sessions for all the items in the group.
DONE(03212009_1321)6. Auto hide or view menu option to show/hide the sidebar (similar to Visual Studio).
DONE(03192009_0200)7. Clicking Delete Server or Edit Settings when there are no servers throws an exception.
Here's another one that's just occurred. I use Launchy to index a directory with a load of .rdp files in it, which means I can just type Ctrl+space then a portion of the server name and launch it. To do that with this tool it'd need to:
1. Be able to launch a connection from the built in server list from the command line.
2. Have a command line switch to open the connection in an existing instance of the app.
3. Perhaps even be able to launch connections from the command line using rdp files rather than the built in server list.
Thanks for an extremely usefull project.
Ability to password protect the server list.
DONE(03202009_1341)Ability to right click on a connection item in the list to edit connection details.
Ability to log out of a connection rather than disconnect.
DONE(03212009_1321)One thing I like about Palantir is the tabs of open connections.
Hopefully I will have some time over the weekend to work on some of these and send the code.