Break in Omnis code under Windows from my Mac

Martin Luce martinluce at eclipse.co.uk
Tue Mar 17 13:18:58 EDT 2015


Rudolf

That looks very useful. I am not a windows man but we are running RDC from a windows machine. I where can one find the on screen keyboard and what key will then break the loop?

TIA

Martin

Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:46:56 +0000
From: Rudolf Bargholz <rudolf at bargholz.ch <mailto:rudolf at bargholz.ch>>
Subject: AW: Break in Omnis code under Windows from my Mac
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Hi Peter,

Open the on-screen keyboard on your windows machine, minimize it, and when you need to use the Pause key, use the windows on screen keyboard. I contacted TeamViewer support regarding the same problem, and they told me this is currently not implemented and have put his on their enhancement request list. Probably the Remote Desktop is suffering from the same issue.

I would be very grateful if anyone could tell me I am wrong and there is a solution to this problem that does not require me to use the on-screen keyboard, but this is a useable workaround.

Regards

Rudolf



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