Can we "ignore" the actions on a server touchscreen?
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Fri Feb 10 17:20:21 2006
Firstly, I'd recommend upgrading to VNC 4. Under the VNC Server Properties
Inputs tab, there is an option to "Disable local inputs while server is in
use", which prevents local keyboard & mouse input from having any effect
while a remote user is connected.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Charlotte Martin-Malivel
> Sent: 10 February 2006 15:31
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> Subject: Can we "ignore" the actions on a server touchscreen?
> I am using thight-VNC to control a computerized testing system for
> monkeys. During cognitive testing, the monkeys interact with a
> touchscreen to get rewards. However, when we are working on the
> monkey-computer, to change the program for instance, the
> monkeys touch
> the screen and mess up things! Is there a way to block the actions on
> the server, so that the touchscreen is ignored? (there is such an
> option in PCanywhere, but we prefer VNC).
> Julie Martin-Malivel
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