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Software News   Software News : The return of TwinVNC
   posted by Seg on 26-May-2007 15:14:40 (2398 reads)
Seg has the pleasure of offering you an update of TwinVNC to version 0.8 beta. This version, after 8 months of hibernation, has just been rendered public after spending a few hours on the source code to add the finishing touches.

Little reminder : TwinVNC is a tool that enables you to take control of a remote computer. It respects the remote control protocol RFB. This means the client is therefore compatible with servers such as TightVNC (Windows/Unix like), RealVNC (Windows/Unix like), OSXVnc (MacOS), VNC Server (MorphOS), etc.

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Amongst the additions/improvements, you will find :
- the appearance of a smoothing option when using the « resized view », available in RTG or not. This provides very satisfactory results on AGA
- the addition of a NODISPLAY option allowing you to stop the client-side display. This limits client and server processor load and is useful when the server screen is physically within view
- password encryption for the security conscious
- save options in the form of a project icon updateable from tooltypes TwinVNC
- new catalogs : Italian, Spanish and German
- a new heading called “testimonies” in the documentation. You can also bring your experience and comments to the next version of TwinVNC
- read history from TwinVNC to discover the complete list of new features...

Download Page : TwinVNC0.8beta.lha (AmigaOS/68k, AmigaOS4 and MorphOS) [820 ko]
    

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shoe 
Re: The return of TwinVNC
Posted on 26-May-2007 18:07:45
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Goodi goodies!

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Seg 
Re: The return of TwinVNC
Posted on 26-May-2007 19:04:25
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It seems "save as" option doesn't erase existing icons... (test under MorphOS)
So... 0.81, to be or not to be?

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Re: The return of TwinVNC
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Thanks for the update :)

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Good to see another update to a great app.

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Can TwinVNC act as a server? A quick look at the web site suggests not.

I could really do with a VNC server for AmigaOS 3 that works with Picasso96....


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obviously not (its a client).

Read the .guide and you'll get the VNC server available for AmigaOS3.x

AmiVNC on Aminet

and look at SG homepage too for further tips

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Re: The return of TwinVNC
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Seg, thanks a lot for this update, it's a cool little proggy. Btw, I include here two links to posts I wrote with possible bugs, here and here. If I can help you with tests or any other thing, just ask.

Saluditos,

Ferrán.


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