The new mouse input support covers applications running in WSL and Windows applications that use virtual terminal (VT) as opposed to the Win32 API. Now applications like tmux and the Windows port of the Linux file manager Midnight Commander will respond to mouse clicks.
A new update to Windows Terminal settings introduces a 'duplicate pane' that allows users to open a new pane with a duplicate profile of the pane in use. This is enabled by a new option called 'splitMode' in 'splitPane', which allows users to set a new 'duplicate' key binding.
February's release was supposed to be the last preview release before Windows Terminal was feature complete, but Microsoft's Kayla Cinnamon suggested there could be a few more monthly updates before version 1 is released in May, probably to align with its annual Build conference, which will only be held online as part of Microsoft's response to the COVID-19 disease outbreak.
"Currently, we are fixing bugs to prepare for the release of v1. Windows Terminal v1 will be released in May. After that, we're planning to have the next update release in June to continue with our monthly ship cycle. Our releases will continue to be on both the Microsoft Store and GitHub," she noted.