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Teamviewer for Windows / Host Computer Application Windows Are Being Resized...
« Last post by JoelcYYZ on February 11, 2018, 08:16:29 PM »
I don't know whether this is the right place to post this but here goes...

I am running TV as a host on an Apple MBA.  I am also running Parallels / Windows 10 on that Apple MBA.  I am running TV on a Windows 10 laptop as a remote computer.

When I dial-in from my Windows 10 laptop to my Apple MBA the application windows on the Parallels / Windows 10 side of the Apple MBA are all being resized.  Specifically, the application windows occupy the right half of the Parallels / Windows 10 side of the screen. I never had this problem before noting both version of TV are current (i.e. remote is running 13.0.6447 while the host is also running 13.0.6447).

Would love to get this fixed as having to resize the application windows is a PITA!

You can use this h264 to avi converter to convert the videos. I think the reason for the problem is that the audio codec isn't compatible. 
Teamviewer for Windows / Re: stay connected 24/7
« Last post by boxerbobby on February 05, 2018, 02:28:42 PM »
friendly forum here
Teamviewer for Windows / Re: stay connected 24/7
« Last post by boxerbobby on February 04, 2018, 03:21:38 PM »
nobody here who can help me?
Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Access to Teamviewer site blocked by TalkTalk
« Last post by gaberilde on February 03, 2018, 12:16:16 PM »
friend with talktalk had this issue eariler
changing dns to google dns works through
Teamviewer for Windows / stay connected 24/7
« Last post by boxerbobby on February 02, 2018, 02:10:43 PM »

Is it possible that my Teamviewer stays 24/7 connected when i am remoting? Currently i have do reconnect around every 6-12hours.


Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Can't hide remote cursor
« Last post by gagikb on January 27, 2018, 08:52:58 AM »
As a workaround, for computer with Windows 10, create the registry key ‚ÄúDisableDuplicationAPI‚ÄĚ as REG_DWORD and assign value 1 under registry entry
Restart of the TeamViewer service (or restart the computer).

Teamviewer for Windows / Can't hide remote cursor
« Last post by gagikb on January 26, 2018, 05:32:44 PM »
I'm connecting to my remote Surface Book laptop (W10, 64 bit) via TV 13, and I can see the remote cursor even with "Show remote cursor" unchecked!  I tried to connect to the Book from different computers - same story. I also tried to update Book's Intel HD Graphics 520 driver to most recent version but that didn't help either.

How to hide this "always on" remote cursor?  Please advice.

Teamviewer for Linux / Re: Lubuntu 17 incoming connection problems
« Last post by Mike_Walsh on January 14, 2018, 03:26:12 PM »
Hi, Phil.

Just a suggestion, this; but.....have you checked to see whether your ISP might be blocking things?

It's only an idea, but I know many unscrupulous individuals like using TeamViewer for scams, etc., since it's the only remote access tool I know of that doesn't require modifications to your firewall.

And it's for this very reason that a number of ISPs 'blacklist' it as a matter of course, in the name of 'customer protection'. Perhaps TeamViewer is becoming the victim of its own success..!

Mike. ;)
Evening, all.

Normally, this is something I wouldn't have considered except as a last resort.

I use the TV 'tarball', along with a couple of modified start-up scripts, in the TeamViewer packages I build for the Puppy Linux community. For quite some time, upgrading these has been pretty straight-forward.

However, the new TV 13 for Linux is, as I understand it, the first release to have 'gone native'. In other words, it's no longer running the Windows code under WINE. Which is to be applauded; yes!

Trying to get the little beggar running, though, is proving a bit of a head-scratcher. Every attempt to start it is met with a 'segfault' error code in the terminal. (Puppy doesn't run TeamViewer as a full install; it essentially runs in 'Portable' mode, since Puppy runs fully in RAM for the duration of the session; many of our users run Puppy entirely as a 'LiveCD'. I package TeamViewer as what's known as an 'SFS' package; a 'Squash File System', which can be 'loaded' or 'unloaded' on-the-fly, utilising some clever code developed by one of our forum members, several years ago.)

Because it runs in 'Portable' mode, Pup also doesn't use the daemon, either.

Did I, or did I not, hear somewhere that Qt5 is now a requirement? Or was that my imagination?

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

Mike.  ;)
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