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how to view full window of an application ?

Last post: Tuesday, June 29, 2004 5:33 PM by Support, 1 reply

Tuesday, June 29, 2004 11:12 AM - James

how to view full window of an application ?

Hello, Support

i'm afraid i'll miss your attention, so i post it again here. pls refer to my questions post before.

thanks a lot !

your first solution works well. but the inconvenient point is that i have to scroll the side and bottomn bars all the time. is it possible to get a full picture of the application's window without scrolling ?

2nd solution i don't know how to work, once i open a terminal from Xstart, the keybd is not working. can you pls tell me the detailed input from Xstart ?

also, another question, let's say the application already opened locally (at the host), is it possible to take over it from Xmanager ? ( i mean, like sw PC ANYWHERE, romote control)

Thanks for information !

Tuesday, June 29, 2004 5:33 PM - Support

Re: how to view full window of an application ?

Please see the tutorial guide for Xstart at:


Once the xterm opens, you should run any Unix commands at the terminal. If your keyboard doesn't work, please let us know the following:

- Unix vendor and version
- Language of the Unix machine
- A screenshot for the xterm you opened.

For an X application already running on Unix, there is no way to take it over in Xmanager. All applications should start from Xmanager.

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