A useful TTWin feature is the ability to define actions, through macros and scripts, that are triggered when a particular TTWin program or connection event occurs.
Earlier versions of TTWin supported a
Start Up event, triggered when TTWin was launched, and a
Connect event, triggered when a connection was established to a host system.
Recently released TTWin 4.8 adds two new events types, a
Disconnect event which fires when a host connection is ended and a
Shutdown event which occurs when a user attempts to exit the TTWin program or close a session tab. Read on for more details and examples.