Synergy 1.7.6 released

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Re: Synergy 1.7.6 released

Postby SMIT JAIN » Thu May 26, 2016 11:30 am

Finally I figured it out that before we need to add screen using "Configure Server" and use the same name as client.

Guyz kindly use this step to configure else you will be in my situation.

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Re: Synergy 1.7.6 released

Postby MATHIVANAN MANICKAM » Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:17 am

Hello,

I have been running Synergy on Ubuntu (16.04), Windows (7), and Mac OS (El Capitan)

No matter which platform I choose as Server, During Copy and Paste operations the clients crash.

Smaller text copy and paste (e.g URL) seems to work well. But If I start copying huge page of code and try to paste on anther client - I tend to loose the clients.

Please help.

(a) Are anyone else running into this issue of copy and paste and loosing clients.
(b) Is there a way to disable copy and paste feature?

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Re: Synergy 1.7.6 released

Postby John Nykaza » Wed Jun 29, 2016 10:34 am

I've been beta testing the 1.8 code for quite some time now without and update, should I go to 1.7.6?

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VMware 12.0 - Keyboard not working

Postby Keith Corkum » Fri Jul 01, 2016 11:59 am

Same problem for me that others have had. Starting Synergy will sometimes stop the keyboard (and mouse) from working in VMs. I've noticed that if I press the left mouse button quickly in the VM window, it appears as though the VM gets focus, but then it is quickly taken away. Stopping Synergy allows the VM to work correctly. The problem is not tied to a particular guest. I run several versions of Windows, and Linux, and they all have the same issue.

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Re: Synergy 1.7.6 released

Postby Elad Erez » Mon Jul 11, 2016 1:47 am

It's quite a shame to pay for a product but not getting support for it (or at least a comment...) - http://symless.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1710
It was acceptable when it was freeware... :|

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