#84 not possible to see what part is shared

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nobody
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2014-10-13
2011-08-10
erosen
No

For the screen sender it is not visible what part of the screen is shared.
Furthermore it is not possible to stop screen sharing for the sending party.
Furthermore the person receiving the screen can change the setting to see the full screen of the person sending the screen without the permission of the sender.

Discussion

  • Stefan Rossbach

    Stefan Rossbach - 2011-08-12

    2nd point is invalid. Please open a new bug for the 3rd point
    1st point, have you an idea, since we are using Java we are limited on visual representation of the shared screen position.

     
  • Stefan Rossbach

    Stefan Rossbach - 2011-08-12
    • priority: 5 --> 3
     
  • Stefan Rossbach

    Stefan Rossbach - 2011-08-12
    • assigned_to: nobody --> k_beecher
     
  • erosen

    erosen - 2011-08-12

    Maybe we can spare visual representation, but give written info about the part of the window that is currently displayed.
    At the moment the sender has no info in the screen-sharing view than how to share.
    The info in the view during screen-sharing could be enriched with:
    1. Infos about the settings made in the preferences for the range of the shared screen and where they can be changed.
    2. a written info about the view or part of the window that is shared at that moment.
    3. and how to stopp screen-sharing again.

     
  • erosen

    erosen - 2011-08-12

    created new bug for third comment: 3390481.

     
  • Karl Beecher

    Karl Beecher - 2011-12-07

    Since bug was moved out to another entry and the rest is request for functionality, moved to feature requests.

     
  • Karl Beecher

    Karl Beecher - 2011-12-07
    • labels: 1567204 -->
     
  • Stefan Rossbach

    Stefan Rossbach - 2014-01-15
    • status: open --> closed
    • assigned_to: Karl Beecher --> nobody
    • Group: --> None
     
  • Stefan Rossbach

    Stefan Rossbach - 2014-01-15

    Feature was removed with commit 8c8e70d29f8aea1f95b6d24ff2ee948cba351970

     

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