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Announcing QRemoteControl.

The purpose of QRemoteControl
As you may already guess, QRemoteControl is remote control application.
With QRemoteControl you can easily control you computer via WiFi. QRemoteControl includes a touchpad, keyboard, multimedia keys and buttons for starting applications. You can even change the color of the user interface. Powering on the computer via Wake On Lan is also supported. The server application is available for Windows and Linux.

Feature overview
  • Works over every WAN or LAN
  • Automatic server discovery in LANs
  • Touchpad emulation
  • Fully configurable multimedia buttons
  • Configurable user buttons
  • On-Screen Keyboard
  • Wake On LAN and manual discovery
  • GUI in different colors
  • OpenSource server software for Linux and Windows (Mac would be possible)

For more information and download visit: http://qremote.org

 

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Thanks Strahlex! I love this app. But it still has the bug that if you use the phones keyboard in app it will never unfocus until exited or swiped away from. Otherwise its completely awesome!
 
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Originally Posted by Vromoth View Post
Thanks Strahlex! I love this app. But it still has the bug that if you use the phones keyboard in app it will never unfocus until exited or swiped away from. Otherwise its completely awesome!
Seems to be a N9 bug only. As I have no N9 myself, I'm limited to test the application in QEMU, which is not very helpful. However, I will get a N9 in a few days, so maybe I can fix this problem soon.
 

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What about an N900 version?
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Just Beautiful!

I wanted another Pi controller
 
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Strahlex, any plan on adding drag-n-drop or just double tap to drag ?
 
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Thanks, I just managed to port the server to Qt5 on Raspberry pi, sources needed a bit of tweaking, but in the end it started to work. Didn't test to compile in 4.8.2 yet, but might try that later.
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On windows, if the computer goes to sleep the server is unresponsive after wakeup (still shows connected) and the phone can't connect again. Also +1 for the drag (maybe with multitouch)
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Originally Posted by rainisto View Post
Thanks, I just managed to port the server to Qt5 on Raspberry pi, sources needed a bit of tweaking, but in the end it started to work. Didn't test to compile in 4.8.2 yet, but might try that later.
Great, what distribution do you use? I already tried this, but I was not able to install Qt5 development files on Debian (instead my Debian got messed up).


Drag n Drop: Multitouch is a great thing but currently not implemented in QtQuick 1, I'll probably implement this with Qt5. For now, I implemented Drag n Drop by pressing the button for a longer time (> 400ms), which will lock the button. After the Drag operation, just release it again. I'll add this to the next release.

Thanks for all the great ideas and feedback.
 

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Any progress solving
Code:
sni-qt/19799″ WARN 02:42:48.774 voidStatusNotifierItemFactory::connectToSnw() Invalid interface to SNW_SERVICE
on Ubuntu 12.04?
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