My second computer is running the spacedesk client to my right in effect giving me 4 screens (laptop is the server so I have it’s screen and two display ports off of its dock, and then the 4th is the old computer to my right).
I notice if I bump the mouse, on the Windows viewer machine it rotates or zooms the image. I don’t recall it doing this before. How can I turn this off or is there a shortcut to “reset” the view?
If you are using spacedesk Windows 10 Viewer app (from Microsoft Store), you can disable the screen view transformation via Settings -> Display -> View transformations.
If you are using spacedesk Windows 7 Viewer app (Desktop version 0.9.37), the option to disable the screen view transformation is not yet available and might not be available any time soon.
We are currently very busy with higher prioritized features and bug fixes.
Oh I just ran into a bug with the Windows 10 viewer. My screen just went black. I had to wiggle the mouse on that computer and it came back on.
I’d like to continue to use the Windows 10 app version of the viewer but I won’t be able to do that if the computer puts the monitor to sleep in time. The Windows 7 version of the app somehow prevents the computer from sleeping the display.