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10.5: Enable Bonjour Browser in
Authored by: 3mors on Sep 02, '09 07:55:07AM

This doesn't seem to work on Snow Leopard :(


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10.5: Enable Bonjour Browser in
Authored by: palahala on Sep 13, '09 01:44:38AM

You can still easily create shortcuts, for example to keep a folder of your most used remote machines. To create new shortcuts: once connected, drag the proxy icon (in the Screen Sharing's title bar) to that folder on your local computer.

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10.6 drag from the proxy icon in the title bar to create alias
Authored by: gabester on Sep 26, '09 11:52:12AM
Interestingly, while the suggested solution does work, it creates an alias pointing to
~/Library/Application Support/Screen Sharing
... The original vncloc files are simply structured XML with a vnc:// URL to the computer. Someone could probably AppleScript up a pretty nice interface to the computers you've already accessed; but the Bonjour browser was nice because it gave you a real-time list of what was available on the network. I suppose that's functionality present in the Finder's sidebar window... Hmm... g=

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