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Auto-accept iChat screen sharing sessions
Authored by: jeffbyrnes on Oct 30, '08 08:42:21AM

You can also just enable screen sharing in the Sharing prefs pane, and use the Screen Sharing app on your other Mac(s). Point for this idea though: having it set up like this in iChat will probably circumvent some firewall/port forwarding issues.

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Auto-accept iChat screen sharing sessions
Authored by: osxpounder on Oct 30, '08 10:50:56AM

Only if both machines are running Leopard. They probably will be, but it's possible you'll be using a Mac that belongs to someone else, if you're traveling, and you can't count on them having the latest OSX update. Some kinds of work require a person to finish projects before taking the risk that upgrading OSX might break something important, mid-project. That's just one example.

I often use a laptop that runs Tiger, and I have no plans to upgrade it until I find I have no choice. It has some apps that would have to be upgraded, too, at considerable cost. Meanwhile, I haven't found Leopard to have any features I need badly enough to shell out a lot of money to upgrade the other programs. I rely on the laptop for certain kinds of work, and it's reliable right now, as is (except for a recent bulging battery issue covered by AppleCare).



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