Longevity is a rarity in our game however, through the support of its customers, Turbosoft has now been in operation for thirty years.
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.
A new version of TTWin has just been released, and with it comes significant updates to the programs scripting capabilities offering even greater flexibility and power to automate tasks, improve the user experience and enhance your legacy applications. Read on for a detailed look at TTWin's new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for scripting featuring syntax highlighting, auto complete, debugger and a new Visual Basic for Applications compatible scripting language.