What's new in Windows Terminal 0.10 Preview
The new Windows Terminal now supports mouse input to WSL and virtual terminal (VT). This allows you to use your mouse with applications such as Midnight Commander or tmux running on a WSL distribution.
When an application is in mouse mode, you can hold down your mouse to make a selection instead of sending it to the VT input.
The new application allows you to open a new window with a double profile. This can be done by adding the "splitMode": "duplicate" commands to the "splitPane" command list in key bindings.
This key binding will show you a dual profile, but you can also add other options such as "commandline", "index", "startingDirectory", and "tabTitle".
If you want to read more about these basic options in the new Windows Terminal, you can visit Microsoft devblogs
keys "keys": ["ctrl + shift + d"], "command": action "action": "splitPane", "split": "auto", "splitMode": "duplicate"} command