Disabling client computer's modifier keys

Jonathan Morton chromi "at" cyberspace.org
Wed, 27 Jun 2001 20:05:44 +0000

>I'm new to VNC. Is it possible with key mapping to disable a VNC client
>computer's modifier keys? If I'm controlling a Mac with a Mac and try to use
>a Command-char, Option-char, or Option-char combo, it will issue the command
>to the VNC Server running on the local client, not to the host. Timbuktu
>automatically disables all modifier keys on the client when controlling,
>regardless of whether one is using window or full screen mode. Maybe I'm
>missing something but I find this a bit of a handicap. Same goes for web
>based control, although I'm sure it would be well nigh impossible to disable
>a browser's mod keys.

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