Although I am hugely impressed with ARC on the whole, there is one aspect which is - “not smile inducing”, if I may be charitable about it.
If you’re on mode 1 security, it doesn’t cache your password. That in itself is OK if that can’t be done safely, notwithstanding that regardless of the settings on your sever the timeout duration seems to be “As soon as you take your eyes off the screen”.
This in itself isn’t a problem because if you are working on, say, a TI process, you don’t lose your changes if the connection drops; they just remain there until you connect again, then you can save them.
So you enter your password to do that BUT if you make EVEN ONE TYPO… boom. Not only do you get an invalid password warning but all of the code that you were working on, and every change that you have made since the last save is gone. Vanished into the digital ether. It’s not cached, it’s not there, it’s just gone forever.
This is not… pleasing.