I’ve just downloaded Spacedesk for my Windows 10 PC (Primary) and a Windows 10 laptop (secondary). Screen projection works great, but touchscreen control on the secondary machine doesn’t work. When I touch the secondary screen, it just brings up the green menu at the top. I’ve enabled touch controls in the menu. Please could you look into this? Log attached.
In the Viewer settings -> Remote control,
did you set the Mouse output as emulated touch and/or Touch output as touch?
Didn’t it show the message box (screenshot attached) to take control of the primary machine upon touching the screen?
I should point out: the Absolute Touch option works on the Windows 7 viewer, not Relative Touch. I don’t know what the difference between these functions is supposed to be. There only appears to be one Touch option on the Windows 10 viewer – perhaps that is Relative Touch only?
It seems that touch DOES work on spacedesk Viewer for Windows 10 (from Microsoft store).
However it seems to be very difficult to activate the functionality.
Please try the steps below:
-> Tap once to activate the green menu bar at the top of the screen.
-> While the green menu bar is shown, do a three-finger-tap gesture
-> This should bring up the dialog to enter touch mode
Please let us know if this works for you.
In the meantime we will consider to rework this user interface sequence and/or update the documentation.