NO: multiple remote developers
Mike Matthews - Omnis
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Sun Aug 14 13:03:55 UTC 2022
I didn’t know that Alex.
I will test this now.
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On 14 Aug 2022, at 14:01, Alex Clay via omnisdev-en <omnisdev-en at lists.omnis-dev.com<mailto:omnisdev-en at lists.omnis-dev.com>> wrote:
On Aug 13, 2022, at 07:35, Rob Mostyn <mostyn at platformis.net<mailto:mostyn at platformis.net>> wrote:
The iMac supports only one connected person at a time...
Are you sure about that? You should be able to create separate users on the iMac and each log in to their own session concurrently.
Per https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/share-the-screen-of-another-mac-mh14066/mac: <https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/share-the-screen-of-another-mac-mh14066/mac:>
• If someone else is already connected to the Mac as a remote user, a dialog asks if you want to share the display with the other remote user (Share Display) or log in concurrently using a different user name and screen (Log In).
If you choose Log In, you share the Mac with the other remote user, but you won’t share the same screen.
Your primary concern is resources and local permissions, but that's easy to solve and unless you're going bananas, a fairly recent iMac should easily handle two concurrent users.
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