Some further observations with the Linux viewer. I really like that the software remembered the window resize that I configured a few minutes ago. That is sweet. But 2 of my windows clients are working through a cellular modem, and sometimes they disconnect.
TV would indicate ... trying to re-connect... and then give up after a minute if the connection was truly lost. Remote Utilities simply holds the last update, and I have to look to track if the values of the screen are changing or not. I saw some time stamps on the window, and saw that the screen froze 20 mins or so prior.
Does Remote Utility have any way to detect if the connection drops, and perhaps toss up a warning box? I would rather have the window pop up with a disconnection notice than to think that I am still properly connected.
I am using the latest 1.0.9.q Beta 9 on both Mac and Linux, as a [censored] 12 replacement. I'd like to thank you on the quality of the product thus far, and look forward to making a full time transition.
If I may politely ask for a feature: RU connects to my client, and utilizes the full screen. If I attempt to shrink the window, the scale remains the same... and I get scroll bars to move the window around. Would it be possible to shrink the text down, so that I may reclaim more screen space? My line of work often has me observing other systems, and I desire to reduce to say 50% of screen size so that I may have a second or third window open on the same screen.