Multi-monitor, switching displays

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  • #34485
    AvatarSonjaDCUSA
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    I am really liking NoMachine.

    I started out with [removed] back in the day and as my needs grew and my home/workshop environment grew more diverse I switched to [removed]. Though every few weeks, I would start getting the “business user nags”, timeouts, shutouts, etc. Even though I was using it in my personal home and workshop environment. I even filled out numerous affidavits that I was a personal user. But still, they persisted.

    I then switched to [removed], which was great too, for a while. Then they started the business user nags and time outs recently.

    I’ve been hearing about NoMachine so I decided to give it a try. So far great!!!  The only shortcoming is the local network access only, but that can be solved with a VPN and my home firewall.

    The only other thing, with a multi-monitor setup, my main work pc has three monitors, I have a flight simulator pc with four monitors and my wife’s gaming machine has two. Is there an easier way to switch between monitors other than the “menu” and selecting display/choose display then backing all the way out?  Is there a shortcut bar, key combo?

    #34496
    AvatarTor
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    Hi!
    You can press Control + Alt + ID to switch monitor, where ID is 1, 2, etc. If you want to know the ID of each monitor, press Control + Alt + I. You can also configure these key bindings from menu Input, Shortcuts.

    #34497
    AvatarSonjaDCUSA
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    Awesome!!!  Thank you!

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