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Solved my issue. Scroll lock stops the cursor from going to the other screen.
From a terminal: sudo open /Applications/Synergy.app/Contents/MacOS/Synergy Then open OSX System Preferences and click Security & Privacy, then click on Privacy and then Accessibility Check the checkbox on for Terminal and Synergy. You can then close Synergy and start it again in the background through the terminal: ...
For what it's worth, I finally took the time to figure out my Synergy mapping setup. Linux server (desktop), OS X client (macbook). I wanted the following: Ctrl on desktop -> Ctrl on macbook WinKey on desktop -> Command on macbook Alt on desktop -> Alt/Option on macbook This allows for the same keyboard mappings that my Hackintosh desktop keyboard uses, ...
I am beta testing http://www.share-mouse.com/ and it finally delivers what the Synergy promised for too long.
If you use a 1.4 or newer beta of Synergy, you can configure it to run as a service. As a service, Synergy runs as the local SYSTEM account, which can interact with the Secure Desktop space. I have the Synergy 1.5 nightly builds running on my Windows Server 2008 R2 laptop client and OS X 10.6 laptop server, and I am capable of working with UAC prompts with ...
I've had this problem as well, here is how I fixed it for me. Steps: Open your Windows Task Manager. Click on the Services tab. Right click on the Synergy service. Click Start Service.
I searched for ages for this very same thing. I found the Share Keyboard & Mouse app (by SmartUX) on the Google play store which should do what you want. You can find the PC client on their web page.
I had problems with @, <, and >, so I did the following: Code: xmodmap -e "keycode 53 = x X greater greater greater greater" xmodmap -e "keycode 52 = z Z less less less less" xmodmap -e "keycode 24 = q Q at at at at" Which solved those three... though I have no idea why the problem occurs in the first place.
It turns out you can use Scroll Lock to keep the mouse stuck on one screen! So try pressing ScrollLock to see if that releases the mouse.
Synergy+ takes over where synergy left off. http://code.google.com/p/synergy-plus/
I was in a similar situation at one point, and I found a somewhat 'unique' way around it. Plug the keyboard directly into your Mac, and edit the keyboard preferences directly. After that, any non-Apple keyboard you attach will use those mappings. Plug in they keyboard. Open System Preferences (Apple Menu -> System Preferences). Enter "Keyboard" ...
The reason this happens is because of what is referred to as the "secure desktop". The secure desktop has actually been around ever since NT. Certain parts of the OS, such as the login screen, the Ctrl+Alt+Del screen, and the locked workstation screen are actually completely different desktop sessions from what you normally interact with. Programs cannot ...
I was having the same problem, where I was able to get the client to connect initially, but then it just stopped working. It turns out that I had rebooted my host machine, which re-enabled the firewall. As soon as I disabled the firewall on the server, the client connected immediately. Not being content with leaving my firewall off all the time on my ...
I had the same issue and resolved it like this: in the Synergy prefpane, turn off synergy and remove its menuitem in a Terminal window, type mdfind -name synergy for each file related to Synergy, remove it: sudo rm -rf /Library/PreferencePanes/SynergyKM.prefPane (et c)
Looks like you haven't added the client name to the server config. From Synergy user guide: Windows On Windows run synergy by double clicking on the synergy file. This brings up a dialog. Configure the server: Click the Share this computer's keyboard and mouse (server) radio button Click the Screens & Links Configure... button ...
I used synergy+ last I needed this. But as an alternative I know there is this software, Multiplicity, from Stardock. I have never used it though, so I can't speak to its features, though it does look good from the website. Although it doesn't seem to support Mac at the moment, though you might want to contact them. They update their software fairly ...
I have a mac full size keyboard plugged into my PC which is synergy server. When connected to mac client (osX mountain lion), I've switched ctrl and commmand keys so that ctrl-c copies regardless of machine. This is done in the synergy gui by double clicking the client and setting: ctrl: Meta meta: ctrl I hope this helps!
This is a known bug in Synergy reported over 2 years ago, still not fixed: http://synergy-foss.org/tracker/issues/407
The Mac cursor issue is also discussed here This is definitely a bug in the Mac software. I have the same problem running Synergy server on Linux and client (v1.4.2) on Mac OS X 10.6.6 Workaround: The mouse cursor reappears when I hit Command-Tab to cycle between applications.
I was struggling with the issue at work until my good friend Paul Udruscu pointed out that I can use KeyTweek on Windows, to remap the right shift key to the left one and alleviate the issue altogether.
You should install the windows beta 1.4.2. It contains a menu options to install the service. You might need to disable UAC, but that might just be for using Synergy on the UAC dialogs.
According to the old config guide you can achieve this with config options like this: keystroke(alt+left) = switchInDirection(left) keystroke(shift+control+alt+super) = switchToScreen(moe)
Download Process Explorer Run it, and search for synergy by clicking on the little binoculars Kill all processes using the troubling dll (synrgyhk.dll) - be careful here to not kill anything important I had to kill a process called splwow64.exe that had a handle on that dll for some reason, and everything worked great after
I found the answer here Fix for every installation so far -- I see mostly people using linux as the client so in this scenario I'm using Windows 7 as the server and fedora 12 as the client. On the client: tail -f /var/log/messages now scroll as slow as possible and take note of the errors streaming in. Example: Feb 1 18:32:45 ...
To disable the Windows + L (Windows 7, XP or Vista) you may perform the following registry hack found at howtogeek.com Open up regedit.exe through the start menu search box, and then browse down to the following key, creating it if it doesn’t exist: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System On the right-hand ...
I just got the same error. synergy protocol error from server My server is mac using synergy 1.5.0. My Client is Windows 7 using synergy 1.4.17. Both of them are using GUI version. After I read your post, I reset the password. It's working well now. I hope this will help others.
I couldn't find a solution from the synergy Q&A's site, but I found it here. Run services.msc and restart Synergy service. It should allow you to start the server now. Thanks Shiki for the suggestion. I, however, didn't need to reset the configuration in the registry. I'm thankful for that since my password is 30 digits and I don't remember it.
This is a limitation in the Mac Synergy Client. There are two things preventing Mac Synergy from handling multimedia keys: Mac Synergy builds it's keyboard map from the Mac keyboard layout (e.g. American English, French, etc.) and these don't contain media keys The Mac API doesn't allow you to generate synthetic key presses that correspond to pressing ...
You can use the Hot Corners utility to power off the screen in windows once you reach a corner. This would mean altering your flow a little, and when moving off the edge from Windows 7 to XP, you would make sure the mouse passes through the top or bottom corner that you have designated as the hot corner. The second image in the link shows the option to ...
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