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    Muel

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    ilusw78

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    I see v 1.12 is now released, can't seem to see any release notes for it? There used to be a release notes page but saee that no longer exists, can't see a release note entry in the blog either like there was for 1.11. Any details around somewhere?
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    From my Mac, removing the "Synergy" entry from the "Security & Privacy" setting's "Accessibility" section worked for me. Close Synergy, remove the entry, add the entry again, attempt to launch synergy, get prompted to add it, add it, then re-launch Synergy and it's working for me.
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    Hello, I have replied to a post on this topic before, but it was an old one and so I thought to start afresh as per the forum's guidelines (please let me know if I have misunderstood this). Setup is as follows: Version: Synergy 1 Pro 1.10.2 Server: Windows 10 home Client: Linux Ubuntu 18.04.2 I experience a lot of issues with repeated keystrokes and the cursor appearing to freeze. Repeated keystrokes occur frequently and the freezing varies though at times it is so frequent the mouse is unusable. Previously I tried: Reinstalled both Synergy 1 and 2, following the guides to ensure both OSs are clean etc. Multiple Synergy configs including turning off TLS, clipboards etc. Disabled WiFi on my Ubuntu system (and actually on my Windows PC as well) and I am not able to identify any other nics etc. I've reduced the number of services/apps etc. running on Windows esp. network related I'm not able to identify anything in Windows' logs, or at least that I am capable of identifying There are no obvious setups i.e. running things in a specific sequence, at the same time etc. that appear to have an effect Recently (as I mentioned in the older post), it appears that there is some correlation between the movement of the mouse and typing i.e. when typing, if the mouse is constantly moved, repeated keystrokes and freezes are apparently non-existent. Stop moving the mouse and the problems return. I understand that this is not directly related to the mouse itself, but likely something to do with the connection established between server and client. Today I tried running tcptrack and bmon. There were no apparent issues, the port stayed open and there were no errors showing on the interfaces (at least that my limited knowledge would allow me to identify). Yet again, however, I did notice that the error rate decreased i.e. repeated key strokes were less frequent as were freezes. At the moment I am at a loss as to what this is and certainly cannot rule out an issue with my systems (if I had access to more I would test them). I really don't want to go the hardware route, but it looks like this may well be my only option, which is a shame as in general I do love this product, despite the issues. So, any further suggestions would be really welcome.
  4. 1 point
    Just bought Pro and disappointed to find this. I hope the return policy is good, and I can find another software to do this. On the other hand, learning keyboard shortcuts has been fun. BUMP
  5. 1 point
    Came here to add my bump. I really love the utility this app provides for my Mac 2 Mac setup. However, this is a daily annoyance.
  6. 1 point
    According to this week's news about Synergy 3, scheduled for release in 2023, this is a targeted feature but there is still a caveat that they don't know whether this is even technically possible. After logging this in 2016, now waiting for a possible in 2023....it's disappointing. Doesn't look as if anyone in the development team is a big Mac user or trying to use this on 2 Macs for their everyday work as they would soon realise that Macs without gestures are really very limited....
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    +1 for this as well. Please make priority.
  8. 1 point
    I'm all for this feature as well, this would be great! I was hoping for some sort of collab with Synergy and BetterTouchTool. If _that_ were to happen, that would be my ultimate dream combination.
  9. 1 point
    Ahh I figured it out. Running it like this worked. For some reason I had to install it with apt. And then also the application isn't showing in my apps. so I had to run it from the terminal. dpkg-deb -R synergy_1.11.1.stable~b58+55ec3105_ubuntu19_amd64.deb nameOfFolder cd nameOfFolder sudo mv /usr/share/applications/synergy.desktop usr/share/applications/synergy.desktop.dpkg-new cd .. && dpkg-deb -b nameOfFolder synergy.deb sudo apt-install synergy.deb synergy
  10. 1 point
    Had the exact same issue. Sam54123 and Johnmc's suggestion worked. Here are a few images to walk you through that process should you encounter the same problem:
  11. 1 point
    It takes a little work, but it is possible to use Synergy over VPN without split-tunneling. Here is what I did. 1) Register yourself a free (or paid if you don't want 30-day nags) dynamic DNS address (DDNS) from a place like dynDNS or no-ip 2) Register for the Pro version of Synergy to get that sweet, sweet SSL security. You're going to be opening some pin holes, so best to keep the connection secure while in transit 3) Select a non-default port for Synergy to use - again security precaution From you home network router: 4) Create a DHCP reservation or assign a static IP for your server system 5) Create a port forwarding rule on the router that will forward all traffic destined for the port you determined in step 3 to the IP to determined in step 4 (source should be any IP, any port) From Server system 6) Install Synergy if you haven't already done so, select server, and register your Pro key from step 2 7) On the Settings menu, enter the port number to determined in step 3, check the "Use SSL Security" box and click OK 8) Click Configure Server and then add your client screens as you normally would From home router or server system 9a) If router supports automatic dynamic DNS updates, configure your router to update the address you registered in step 1 so your home external IP is tied to your DDNS address -or- 9b) Install the DNS update client from the service used in step 1 so your home external IP is tied to your DDNS address From your client system(s) 10) Install Synergy and select Client 11) For "Server IP," enter the DDNS address you created in step 1 (don't use auto config) 12) Make sure to set the same port number from step 3 in the Settings screen 13) Watch the magic happen I think that about covers it...
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