The Advanced page allows you to configure advanced Terminal settings.
Select one of the supported encoding settings.
Select one of the following terminal types: Ansi (Default), Wyse 60 compatible, Pick compatible.
Switch auto wrap on, off or to behave like in DOS.
Switch backspace wrap on, off or to behave like in DOS.
Select the authentication method to use.
SSH Remote Command
In SSH, you don't have to run a general shell session on the server. Instead, you can choose to run a single specific command (such as a mail user agent, for example).
Contains the stored fingerprint of the remote SSH host. Click on the button with the check mark to verify the fingerprint.
Fingerprint Mismatch Warning
If checked, Royal TS will display a warning if the fingerprint doesn't match.
If checked, the bell action (beep) is disabled.
Force Non-Destructive Backspace
If checked, Royal TS will treat incoming destructive backspace characters (7F) as non-destructive backspace characters (08)
Ignore Substitute Character
If checked, Royal TS will ignore substitute characters (1A), otherwise Royal TS will replace each substitute character with a question mark.
Implicit CR in LF
If checked, Royal TS implies a carriage return in every received linefeed.
Enable or disable local echo.
In this section you can allow the usage of insecure ciphers. Ciphers which are considered insecure may allow attackers to eavesdrop on your traffic and potentially gain access to sensitive information or your system.