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Re: [vox-tech] VNC/TightVNC Was yet another windows question - reverseex
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Re: [vox-tech] VNC/TightVNC Was yet another windows question - reverseexceed?

This is ther version I am using:
TightVNC viewer version 1.2.2 (based on VNC 3.3.3r2)

I do not know about swaping the alt and meta keys ( I have not looked into it yet).

Henry House wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 29, 2002 at 03:22:35AM -0800, Stephen M. Helms wrote:
> > Since we are on the subject of VNC, my password screen now shows text typed into
> > the password field on TightVNC.  This makes me a little worried about using this
> > as a connection now.  Has anyone run into this problem?
> No I have not. What version are you using? Debian testing's version behaves
> properly.
> On the subject of VNC, does anyone know how to globally swap the alt and meta
> keys on the server? I can do this manually using xmodmap but then my meta key
> breaks in Xfree86.
> --
> Henry House
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