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10.6: Switch remote iChat shared screen back without disrupting the user
Authored by: withdave on Jan 12, '11 04:44:35PM

Using Spaces won't work. All keyboard and mouse events are sent to the remote computer (other than clicking in the miniature screen window.) If it were otherwise, you would not be able to use the same key sequence to change spaces on the remote Mac.



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10.6: Switch remote iChat shared screen back without disrupting the user
Authored by: Unsoluble on Jan 13, '11 03:10:53PM

Not all keyboard events are sent to the remote computer -- hitting the Control-Eject shortcut brings up the Sleep/Restart/Shutdown dialog on your local machine, not the remote client. (Works during Remote Desktop sessions too, btw.)



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