> > I sometimes have to telnet to two or more hosts at one time. What I can
> > do with BetterTelnet is associate colors with a particular terminal,
> > then associate that terminal to one or more of my telnet sessions. So
> > for example when I connect to host A, the telnet window comes up with
> > red lettering on a white background. When I telnet to host B, the
> > window uses blue lettering. I get an instant visual reminder of which
> > system I'm and I'm much less likely to type the wrong command into a
> > window.
> > I can't do this in Terminal.app. In Terminal I can set the text color
> > to blue or green or whatever but I have to do it by hand after I've
> > telnetted in. And I have to do it every single time.
> > At one point I think there was a project to port NCSA Telnet to OSX but
> > I don't think they got it working and I can now longer find it.
> > The problem with using BetterTelnet is that it's a Classic app, and my
> > 10.2.6 system has a conflict between the energy saver and Classic that
> > causes Classic apps to not be able to display any text if the system has
> > ever been put to sleep. Apple has known about this bug for a long time
> > but apparently it's too low priority for them to fix.
> > Any suggestions for a replacement terminal client? Or are there clever
> > ways to get Terminal.app to do what I want?