B wrote:I guess the only big problem is that those "display" numbers are already reserved for connecting to a VNC server for sequential X session displays in Unix. I think.
I suppose you could easily reserve a particular range for your purpose; it does sound like a useful paradigm.
B wrote:Your distribution may be set up that way, but I'm quite sure those are not the traditional VNC display numbers -- they were always 5901, 5902, etc. for all platforms. (VNC was always multiplatform.)
Again, it's not a big deal anyway, since developers and/or users can set aside suitable ranges.
garyfritz wrote:Rudi, I tried running 10962 on my Win7 system. It seems to be a bit better -- the mouse does move around now, instead of being stuck on the left side of the laptop screen -- but it's still on the wrong display. I connected to port 5900 and it displays my main (big) monitor, but the mouse tracks on the laptop display.
I tried changing the uvnc Server Property settings to display No. 0, 1, and 2, but nothing changed (other than the port it was listening on).
I don't understand your instructions telling how to switch. Are you talking about using the uvnc viewer? Remember that I'm accessing my Win7 system from a VNC client on my iPad, not with the uvnc viewer.
3. after successfull connection, it show primary display, click on full desktop button on viewer toolbar, it will show you the second display.
garyfritz wrote:3. after successfull connection, it show primary display, click on full desktop button on viewer toolbar, it will show you the second display.
You're right, B. The iPad viewer doesn't have that button.
That feature would be nice but it shouldn't be necessary. There is a *BUG* in the current server in that it shows one display, but the mouse acts on another display. If that bug was fixed, I don't think I'd need the switching feature.
garyfritz wrote:Yes, 10962. I produce it with a server running 10962 on Win7. Laptop display is on the left, external monitor (main display) is on the right.
Previous builds displayed the main display but the mouse was stuck on the left edge of the laptop display. 10962 moves the mouse properly, but it displays the main display and moves/clicks the mouse on the laptop display.
I'm accessing it with a VNC client on an iPad. I tried accessing it from a uvnc client on another (XP) system, but when I tried it the viewer crashed. It didn't crash like that before, but I don't recall what started the viewer crash -- probably 10962?? Not sure what version that uvnc viewer is -- I can't find it anywhere in the viewer. I just downloaded it a week or two ago but the Readme.txt says it's 220.127.116.11, dated 2009?
Rudi De Vos wrote:Some people use non ultravnc viewers, no button to switch desktop.
In that case, they need to set the default via ultravnc.ini
p=1 s=0 -> show primary display
p=1 s=1 -> show both
p=0 s=1 -> show secondary
I guess the issue is how to set the default behaviour of the server...
JnZn558 wrote:You have a laptop running win7, laptop display is secondary (position on the left side) and a external monitor (primary display on the right side).
you use 10962 server and viewer version? correct?
you said mouse click event on the monitor display ( primary ), but it shows in the viewer in laptop display?
Do you use it with driver? it is necessary.
Rudi De Vos wrote:In that case, they need to set the default via ultravnc.ini
Rudi De Vos wrote:test build 10962 (vS2010 xp>=)
multi monitor patched version ( JnZn558 )
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