Window Switch is a tool that allows you to move applications between networked computers. The windows appear where you need them, as they were. You no longer need to save and send documents to move them around; simply move the view of the application to the machine where you need it.
|Tags||Networking virtual desktop VNC Xpra NX rdp|
|Operating Systems||Linux (32 and 64 bit) Windows (32 and 64bit) FreeBSD Solaris Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Python twisted SSH GTK|
Release Notes: This minor update brings better compatibility with the latest and upcoming versions of Xpra. The binary builds (MS Windows and OSX) include Xpra 0.10.9.
Release Notes: This versions fixes some minor bugs with local X11 and VirtualBox session detection. The most important update is for binary builds (Mac OS X and MS Windows), which were updated to use Xpra 0.9.6.
Release Notes: This minor update brings the MS Windows and OS X binaries up to date with the latest xpra 0.7.5, and also includes support for the new features coming in xpra 0.8.0 like full screen shadowing. It should also fix the problem some Debian/Ubuntu distributions were having with the infamous "no commands available" error message.
Release Notes: This minor update is timed to coincide with xpra 0.7.0 to bring the new features to MS Windows and Mac OS X users, and only contains minor fixes (log rotation, .nx and long keyboard layout names, minor builds fixes, etc.).
Release Notes: This release fixes log file rotation (which prevented auto-start from working on KDE, as well as causing some other problems). It fixes some missing icons for the system tray on some platforms (Ubuntu). Pre-loading and pre-connection of Xpra sessions is enabled again. NX keyboard mapping. Error notifications are no longer shown when stopping or disconnecting from a server. There are packaging fixes.