There's a nice new iTerm2 beta out today: iTerm2-1_0_0_20110810.zip
Changes in this release (reprinted from the announcement page):
Major New Features
- Add support for loading prefs from a custom folder (e.g., Dropbox) or URL. This makes it easy to share a config between multiple machines or people.
- Add auto logging of sessions. When enabled (per-profile), all input received from the host in a session is saved to a file tagged with the window, tag, and pane number, plus the time and date of initiation.
- Add "find cursor" feature (cmd-/) that highlights the cursor location. Useful when you have a huge terminal, this makes it easy to quickly find a lost cursor. If activated with the shortcut cmd-/, continuing to hold cmd will keep the highlighting active.
- For new users, we now hide the tab bar in fullscreen by default (otherwise, use cmd-shift-t to toggle it).
- Draw a dotted line around maximized sessions.
- You can toggle send input to all tabs/panes by re-pressing the keystroke that got you into that mode.
- Add escape code to steal focus: ESC ]50;StealFocus^G (thanks, gordolio).
- Add support for multiple saved window arrangements.
- Add "bottom of screen" window style (thanks, melbic).
- Add decimal <-> hex conversion to right-click context menu when a number is selected.
- Changes to tab appearance take effect immediately.
- Fix bug where a white rectangle briefly appears in Lion when opening a new tab.
- Fix crash due to assertion in setDirtyFromX:Y:toX:Y:
- Fix bug where fullscreen hotkey windows on Lion tried to use Lion fullscreen.
- Fix bug where tall windows weren't restored properly.