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    dubdub

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    Rohini Dorbala

    Synergy User


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    Danny Parker

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    SBN

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  1. Hi, guys. I'm using Synergy (version: 1.11.1-stable-55ec3105) with multiple languages which are English and Korean. When the server is set the language with English, I can input all the languages on client. However, when the server is set the language with Korean, I 'cannot' input all the languages on client. I found out that this issue has been discussed for a few years but I cannot find any clear solution. Is there anyone who knows the solution? Thanks in advance. BR, BennyLim.
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  2. 1. Being able to type on secondary screen while primary computer is not set to english 2. Switching languages on secondary screen that works (currently it works rarely, and requires restart on the client to get it working again) I'd love to see support for multiple languages work without having to always work around it.
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  3. Hi @OchaBanana this is a known issue which we are already working on a fix for. We hope to release it in an upcoming update to Synergy.
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  4. On the server config page, check "Use existing configuration" instead of "Configure interactively". You will then need to create a configuration file, which, if I recall correctly, Synergy will give an *.sgc extension. Feel free to use mine as a starting point, see below. For reference, my screens are arranged as: Fractal Dell_laptop surface-pro-3 Hope that helps. section: screens Fractal: halfDuplexCapsLock = false halfDuplexNumLock = false halfDuplexScrollLock = false xtestIsXineramaUnaware = false switchCorners = none +bottom-
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  5. @mehdi Your arrangement can be roughly represented as: MMM MMM WWW WWW WWW - ignoring the top right Windows screen for simplicity. Synergy effectively treats the three Windows screens as a single monitor, and the two Mac screens as another single monitor. So, the left-most Windows screen is effectively one-third of the "total" Windows monitor; when the cursor leaves this screen to the top, you want it to enter the right-most half of the "total" Mac monitor, and vice versa when moving down from the right-hand Mac screen to Windows. I think you
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  6. Hi there. Windows 10 server, Debian client. The Server is a desktop with a static address on an ethernet NIC, and the Debian client is a laptop with both wifi and ethernet through a dock both with separate static addresses. The client likes to connect to the server primarily through my wifi interface. I'd like it to only connect via the ethernet interface (which coincides with when the laptop is actually docked right next to my Windows displays. The messy solution I have is to simply block the Synergy port via an iptables rule for the wifi interface. I'd just like to have a bind to IP/interfac
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  7. Small addition in case anyone is not aware. There are 2 causes of this that I am aware of: 1. If there is a password entry field open on the Mac server, keypresses will not go over to the Windows client. I'm sure this is intended from a security point of view - but it would be great to have some sort of indicator so we know whats going on, but appreciate that might be unlikely. 2. Unknown. The client stops receiving keypresses the same as though there is a password field open - but there isn't one. See thread for various solutions to this one.
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  8. So, the Secure Input is definitely the problem and a fair # of apps can hold onto it, causing problems with Symless as well as other apps like ShareMouse. I found a solution of how to find and kill the process causing problems by searching/browsing a bunch of forums (sorry forget where exactly I think a reddit post). In anycase, for those on the Mac who are ok with Terminal commands here's what you can do when you are using your Mac as the server (master) and suddenly your keyboard stops working on your clients (slaves) i.e. it's stuck on your Mac. Warning: if you're not comfortable typin
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  9. Add the ability to share audio hardware as we do with peripherals like keyboard and mouse. I am aware of other projects/API available like PulseAudio ([url]https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PulseAudio/[/url]), Jack ([url]http://jackaudio.org/[/url]) that can do audio routing through network but limited in several aspects (not user-friendly mainly). The ease of configuring synergy inspires me to have such a thing for audio hardware too.
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  10. Hello, I am using a Mac with version 10.12.4 as a server and a windows 10 as a client. I can't change language on desktop. Language seems to change from EN to GR but when I type a letter, the keyboard changes automatically to EN again. The only way to solve is, is by going to server and change the language there.
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