Windows/Command/Meta-key mapping (was: Re: Taskmanager and a comments about VNC)

a.umpleby@ic.ac.uk a.umpleby "at" ic.ac.uk
Mon, 13 Aug 2001 12:55:26 +0000


> For example, if the Windows Key could be mapped to the Command Key
> on a Mac

As far as I'm aware, that should happen for ChromiVNC Server.              
I have to admit that I've never tried this (since I don't go near any form   
of Windows OS as a general rule), but provided that the viewer sends along    
some sort of 'Meta'-type key modifier information, and provided that key
combinations involving this key don't get 'interrupted' by the OS in some
way (or other - like ctrl-alt-del), then ChromiVNC should translate it at
the server end as a command-key modifier...   (Jonathan?)

Bye!

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