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[OSX 系统] 远程共享桌面/应用程序切换的折衷办法

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发表于 2010-8-18 21:12:31 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
有个办法可以在本地和远程共享桌面之间切换,而不会错失最新实时远程输入快捷键命令,尤其是Command+Tab.

编者刚读完一封邮件,是关于如何绕过(用户要权衡)桌面共享的新特性,可以把快捷键命令发送给远程机器. 编者对于远程机器控制权的提升还是很满意的,除了一点:应用程序间切换,尤其是是返回Finder. Command + Tab 现在会直接发送给远程机器,但是这原本是编者用来在远程共享桌面和本地之间切换的. 现在编者所需要的是两者并存: 既可以是用快捷键控制远程桌面也可以在本地使用快捷键切换.

因为编者的远程桌面是台式机,而本地机器是笔记本,所以编者的第一个方法解决方法可以用--四指轻扫--远程台式机是忽略这个动作的.

但是接下来,编者突然发现了这个办法:Spaces.据编者看来, Spaces 的操作命令一直只在本地生效. 所以编者把远程桌面放到Space的第二屏,然后可以用任何的已经设置好的快捷键返回第一屏,这里可以放Finder或者其他东西. 看吧, 这样就可以在远程和本地之间快速切换而无需放弃新的远程快捷键. 此外, 把远程共享桌面放到Space中的一屏可以让你更明了当前使用的是远程还是本地机器.

编者还把其远程桌面设置成灰阶显示已获得更快的刷性率和清晰度.这可以用下述终端命令在远程机器上设置:
defaults write com.apple.ScreenShareing controlObserveQuality 2

[crarko 注: 本链接有更多的关于如何设置远程机器显示的信息]

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 楼主| 发表于 2010-8-18 21:13:23 | 显示全部楼层
原文:http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=2010081616121830

Here is a way to switch between a remotely shared screen and a local machine without losing the newly added remote control with Command keys, specifically, Command-Tab.

I just finished reading a post on how to bypass (and users weighing in on) the new Screen Sharing feature where commands are passed to the remote machine. I'm split; I do like the increased control over the remote machine with one exception: switching applications, specifically back to the Finder. Command-Tab is now sent to the remote machine, but that is how I used to switch from the shared screen to my local machine. I want both; remote commands but local switching.

My first solution works because my remote machines are desktops, and my local machine is usually my laptop. This allows me to use the four finger swipe which is ignored by the remote machine.

But then I hit on this solution: Spaces. As far as I can determine, Spaces commands are always local. So I assigned Screen Sharing to Space 2 and use whichever key command I've set to go back to 1, which has the Finder and everything else. Voila, fast switching between remote and local without giving up the new remote command keys. Plus, having the shared screen on a different Space clarifies which machine you are working on; remote or local.

I also set my remote machine to grayscale for faster refresh and clarity. This can be done using this command in Terminal on the remote computer:

defaults write com.apple.ScreenSharing controlObserveQuality 2

[crarko adds: This hint talks more about adjusting the remote machine's display depth.]
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