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March 24, 2022 at 15:02 in reply to: Problematic keys when connecting from Mac to KDE on CentOS #37998
Hi Tomas. Do you use Karabiner or another keyboard customizer on macOS?
Hi. It’s very strange. We’ve never come across anything similar and we test with a variety of Windows versions, including version 11 of course, and configurations.
I suppose the graphic adapter and video drivers got updated too, when you updated, so we could check if these issues are related to the GPU rendering. When you connect to the remote desktop open the menu panel, enter Display / Settings / Advanced and check the box “Disable client side hardware decoding”, then verify your issues.
Would you like to collect logs on your Windows client and send them to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com? You can find the procedure in the following article:
Hi. Apologies for the late answer. We’re investigating your report to find the reason why the cursor theme is being ignored. Please note we don’t use GTK, so any GTK setting will not help to change the cursor pointer style.
We’re not aware of similar problems, so we’d need your help to retrieve debug information. Start NoMachine and when you see the icon in the dock without a visible window, start Activity Monitor. In the list of applications, select all NoMachine processes and use the Sample button to save their stacks. Send all the files to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.
Oh, sorry, I misunderstood when you said the problem is specific to the desktop.
We extended the issue investigation to more systems and found that, in some circumstances due to how the different applications handle the keyboard modifiers, the right click is sent correctly but it is just ignored. This is the case of the Plasma desktop you’re testing. Unfortunately there are no workarounds to the right click emulation, we have an idea about a fix but it’ll need a software update.
In the meanwhile I’ve opened this Trouble Report to track the problem, you could subscribe to know when it’ll be released:
Thank you for your report.
The right click behaviour can be customized, you can check your current configuration by clicking the small menu icon in the top bar, select “Configure Desktop” in the popup, click “Mouse Actions” in the Desktop Folder Settings window
and verify that “Right-Button” action is associated to “Standard Menu” in the combo box.
Hi. We can verify if the settings directory is somehow causing issues. Please right click the NoMachine dock icon and quit the application. Open the Terminal and execute the command
mv $HOME/.nx $HOME/nx_backup, then try to start again NoMachine. Is the app starting now, or does it has the same behaviour?
Hi. Locally on your Mac, is the Control + Left click on the desktop opening the context menu, like the right mouse click normally does? Do you use settings or applications changing keys mapping?
What is the operation you’re trying to execute on the remote server with the emulated right click? We didn’t reproduce issues with it, but we’d like to run a test closer to your working conditions.
Hi. You can notice that fonts have increased to your DPI setting, but layouts and icons didn’t increase as well. There is no way right now to improve that unfortunately. We’re working on some changes for HiDPI displays, which will also introduce improvements to the general UI look.
Hi. What’s the output of command
echo $WAYLAND_DISPLAYexecuted in a terminal window on both servers?
Hi! The screenshot is showing workspaces, but I’m not sure to understand how you would like to use them.
Do you mean you’ve multiple monitors connected to the server, and you want to know how to select them individually?November 19, 2021 at 20:59 in reply to: How to treat multi-monitors on client as separate monitors in virtual sessions #36356
If you have more than one monitor connected to the client host, please write a few details like Operating System name and version, number of monitors, name of graphical adapter and drivers version. If your client runs on Linux, attach to the answer also the output of the command
xrandr -qexecuted in a terminal window.November 19, 2021 at 19:48 in reply to: How can connect to a NoMachine server by means of a command line in Cent OS 8? #36355
Hi. You can execute the nxplayer command with the
--sessionoption, for example
/usr/NX/bin/nxplayer --session ~/Documents/NoMachine/Connection\ to\ 192.168.2.1.nxs.November 16, 2021 at 14:54 in reply to: How to treat multi-monitors on client as separate monitors in virtual sessions #36256
Hi! After selecting the “Resize remote display” option did you click the “Fullscreen on all monitors” button? Going fullscreen is required to mirror the client monitors geometries and layout on server side.
I cannot seem to use Ctrl on Windows to send Cmd in Mac.
Do you refer in particular to copy&paste operations? Are there other shortcuts you’re not comfortable with as Windows user connected to a Mac desktop?
Like Britgirl said we’re working on the feature, but any additional information you could give can be useful.