Hey... this worked!
You're my hero!
Mavromatidis Haralambos wrote:
>Simple - you can do that now... on the VNC context menu (clicking on the VNC
>icon on the top left of the VNC program window) select "Ctrl Down"
>immediately followed by pressing the ESC key on you keyboard... There goes
>the CTRL-ESC key combination you asked for...
>From: Barzilai Spinak [mailto:barspi@...]
>Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 4:44 PM
>Subject: Ctrl-Esc task bar
>I have a suggestion for tight vnc which is probably very easy to implement.
>(Maybe this has already been discussed but I just subscribed to the list
>and couldnt find any prior reference)
>The thing is, I like to keep my task bar hidden in Windows, so when I
>move my mouse pointer to the
>very bottom of the screen, the task bar scrolls up and appears. You know
>what I mean.
>But sometimes when I'm using tight vnc,this feature stops working.
>Especially in full screen mode.
>Another way to make the task bar appear is by pressing Ctrl-Esc (and in
>those modern ugly keyboards, by
>pressing the "windows key")
>So, as you know, tight-vnc has a way to send a Ctrl-Alt-Del. Could an
>option be added to
>send a Ctrl-Esc? Or maybe to send any predefined key combination like
>Caps Lock-Right shift-PrtScr or what have you.
>But Ctrl-Esc is very useful to me, and I guess I'm not the only one who
>encountered this problem :-)
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