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To keep a specific window always as bottom-most in the display order (Z-order), you may use the free tool AutoHotkey. The following example script will move the Calculator window to background whenever it appears, checking every 100 milliseconds: #SingleInstance Force #Persistent SetTimer, CheckBottom, 100 CheckBottom: IfWinExist, Calculator WinSet, ...


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I was expecting that this would be a corporate managed policy option, so I raised a ticket with IT at my workplace. They couldn't find anything in the organization-wide settings. They recommended updating Zoom to the latest version. So I updated to Zoom 5.1.0 for macOS. I updated with the version downloaded from the Zoom website, rather than the pre-...


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You can pipe your screen output into a dummy webcam device, and set Zoom to use that webcam, which results in the other party seeing your desktop. It's a hack, but basically results in screen sharing. If you're using swaywm, you can use wf-recorder to do this. On other desktops, find something that can do screen recording, and pipe it into /dev/video2 ...


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If it's a corporate machine, it could be a corporate policy setting; in that case the first step is to ask IT to look into it. That's according to this Tweet I found: I did a small amount of searching and it doesn't appear there's a more common explanation; by all accounts the option should be enabled and you should have control over it. I also confirmed ...


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It's a problem with the Mac VNC server, which is well explained here. The workaround is to switch either the client or the server (not both) to the English US layout. Still, some keys remain indeed problematic. See also my answer here.


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