[jitsi-users] Who is maintains Jitsi Desktop Streamer


#1

HI Jitsi Team and jitsi user,
I would like to know where I can make some feauture request and feedback about Jitsi Desktop Streamer ?

The situation is this :
I use meet.jit.si with chromium to share my FreeCAD window. I am on Ubuntu 14.04 64 bits.
I have two monitors, one have the meet.jit.si window and the other have the FreeCAD window. In this way I can see comments and the others can share their screen with me.

The problem is this :
If I share only the FreeCAD window, the others can't see menu, contextual menu and pop up window.
If I share all desktop, the point above is solved, but the user see the two monitor so the FreeCAD window become to small.

I am wondering if it was possible to choose wich monitor to share OR fix the menu, contextual menu and pop-up window problem.

Best regards

Jonathan


#2

He Jonathan,

HI Jitsi Team and jitsi user,
I would like to know where I can make some feauture request and feedback
about Jitsi Desktop Streamer ?

The situation is this :
I use meet.jit.si with chromium to share my FreeCAD window. I am on
Ubuntu 14.04 64 bits.
I have two monitors, one have the meet.jit.si window and the other have
the FreeCAD window. In this way I can see comments and the others can share
their screen with me.

The problem is this :
If I share only the FreeCAD window, the others can't see menu, contextual
menu and pop up window.
If I share all desktop, the point above is solved, but the user see the
two monitor so the FreeCAD window become to small.

I am wondering if it was possible to choose wich monitor to share OR fix
the menu, contextual menu and pop-up window problem.

Actually all this is implemented in layers that are significantly lower
than the desktop streamer, so we can't do much about it.

Note however that per-desktop streaming is already possible (I personally
use it quite often) and if it doesn't work in your case it is likely
because your operating system is looking at all your screens as one single
desktop. There are often settings that allow you to change this.

Emil

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On Saturday, February 14, 2015, Jonathan <wood.galaxy@gmail.com> wrote:

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#3

Thank you Emil,
Indeed my config is set to "extended Desktop".
If I understand well I have to set my screens to be "separated".
Jonathan

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Le 14/02/2015 13:38, Emil Ivov a écrit :

He Jonathan,

On Saturday, February 14, 2015, Jonathan <wood.galaxy@gmail.com > <mailto:wood.galaxy@gmail.com>> wrote:

    HI Jitsi Team and jitsi user,
    I would like to know where I can make some feauture request and
    feedback about Jitsi Desktop Streamer ?

    The situation is this :
    I use meet.jit.si <http://meet.jit.si> with chromium to share my
    FreeCAD window. I am on Ubuntu 14.04 64 bits.
    I have two monitors, one have the meet.jit.si <http://meet.jit.si>
    window and the other have the FreeCAD window. In this way I can
    see comments and the others can share their screen with me.

    The problem is this :
    If I share only the FreeCAD window, the others can't see menu,
    contextual menu and pop up window.
    If I share all desktop, the point above is solved, but the user
    see the two monitor so the FreeCAD window become to small.

    I am wondering if it was possible to choose wich monitor to share
    OR fix the menu, contextual menu and pop-up window problem.

Actually all this is implemented in layers that are significantly lower than the desktop streamer, so we can't do much about it.

Note however that per-desktop streaming is already possible (I personally use it quite often) and if it doesn't work in your case it is likely because your operating system is looking at all your screens as one single desktop. There are often settings that allow you to change this.

Emil

--
--sent from my mobile

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