First I love being able to work on my 2nd machine within a window on my primary desktop. Thank you.
[edit: I am running in Chrome's "create shortcut" app mode, if that matters.]
But when I use Alt-Tab (yes, I am an long-time keyboard user) to switch windows on my host machine (Windows 10 version 21H1), when I return to the guest or remote window that system's Windows (also Windows 10 version 21H1) still believes that the Alt key is being held down.
Unless I remember to tap the Alt key after returning to the remote system's window, this causes unexpected behavior when I click links in web pages (downloads the page rather than browsing to it) or when I double click a desktop icon (I get the properties window instead of launching the file or app).
Is there a way that TinyPilot can release the Alt key press on the remote system in the event of Alt-Tab, or just after some set period of seconds with no other activity going into the TinyPilot window?
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