August 5, 2015 at 16:58 #7889
I have not been able to find a current (4.6) listing of the available keyboard shortcuts. In particular, what is the PC equivalent of the Mac command-p which for me reduces the size of the various windows being displayed in the client. (They start off somewhat magnified on both platforms and I cannot get the action of command-p on the PC clients)August 5, 2015 at 17:01 #7898
Could you please give us some clarification about magnifying ?
We have tested and do not have any reaction to cmd+p.
Thank you in advance.August 7, 2015 at 11:17 #7914
That’s weird. I guess it just a Mac thing?!
When I start a new connection or return to an existing connection the client windows are perhaps 50% larger. Command-p then re-adjusts the windows.
I use ‘Fit to Window’ and ‘Full Screen’. The Quality setting is at maximum, the Resolution is 1:1. Display: 1920×1080, code VP8
Nasty secret. We use NX to get to desktops (4.6) which are all behind a single kvm. The rest of the group, running on PC clients see only the enlarged view. I’ve been looking for the PC-equivalent of Command-p for them.
Happy to round of log files if anyone is interested.August 7, 2015 at 11:28 #7921
It looks like you use ‘command-p’ to show up the menu where you can adjust the video settings (fit to window, full screen and so on). Is that correct?
If so, ‘command-p’ is not our default setting. By default we have ‘ctrl-alt-0’, which is valid on all platforms.
Please check the preferences (see the ‘Input’ menu in the screenshot attached), and let us know if it works now!
Attachments:August 12, 2015 at 15:05 #7924
My input settings are identical except on a mac the string is “⌃⌥0”
(Btw, clicking on your image cleared out my full posting. Very annoying.)
No, I use peel back or ctrl-alt-0 to access the NX control. The only keyboard trick I do is to swap capsLock and control keys. (I use emacs a lot, as should we all.)
The screens are enlarged whenever I rejoin an NX session. The individual windows on the client desktop are larger then when I left them and Command-p re-sizes them to where I left them.
Again, we connect to the root console of our server machines (each to his/her own) through a KVM switch, hence a single physical monitor. This works fine with the exception that the PC clients are seeing only the enlarged version and I’m desperate for whatever Command-p is doing for me.
Happy to use a debug version is that helps. (I’ll be out of the office Monday, Tuesday)August 12, 2015 at 15:21 #7942
We made some further tests, and we verified that the same key combination works with NoMachine Keyboard Grabbing activated.
The equivalent key combination to the MacOSX cmd+P on Windows is: Winkey+p.
You can find more information on how the Keyboard grabbing can be enabled in the ‘Guide to the Functionality in the Menu Panel’, under the section 3 (https://www.nomachine.com/DT10K00060&dn=#3).
Please let us know if your problem is solved or not.August 13, 2015 at 10:53 #7946
I appreciate your efforts very much.
I currently do not have “Grab the keyboard” check and I get the toggle behaviour with command-p. If I check it I do not get the behaviour. I’m working with others here (PC users) to see if this check box or Windows-p helps them at all. I will report tomorrow.
ThanksAugust 14, 2015 at 10:01 #7962
I have checked the box for ‘Grab keyboard’ on a PC client and the Windows-p does toggle the resolution! (The reverse is true on the mac: I do NOT check ‘Grab keyboard’ ant command-p toggles resolution.
Up to you if this is to be closed 🙂
ThanksAugust 14, 2015 at 11:10 #7965graywolfModerator
Happy to hear that worked for you!
By the way, I saw that “Grab keyboard” is not relevant on Mac: Cmd+P event is passed through in any case. I cannot say why you need to keep that box unchecked.
On Windows that is needed because Win+P is usally a shortcut for “switch video output”.
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