First of all, thanks for continuous development of Jitsi. Our company (around 2000) is inclined to slowly move away from Microsoft Lync to a client that works on all platforms and looks like Jitsi suits that description pretty well.
I have few questions about the platform.
Our machines consist of 70% Linux (CentOS 6.6), 10% Mac (Mavericks, Yosemite) and 20% Windows (Win7 Enterprise 64bit). We're using Java versions 220.127.116.11_b17 on Mac and Linux and 1.7.0_45-b18 on Windows.
Would you be able to advise, which is the 'ideal' Java version for clients on all three platforms? While audio/video calls seem to work with no problems, I ran into issues with RDC, whereupon switching back to video it crashes the application. I also noticed that in some RDC combinations (Mac to Linux, Mac to Windows, Linux to Mac) controlling destination desktop was almost impossible, as there was a second delay for each tiny mouse movement.
Have you come across these issues before? Any help would be appreciated.