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Take Control of Screen Sharing in Leopard by Glenn Fleishman

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Chapter 7. Add More Features to Screen Sharing

You can provide the Screen Sharing application with a number of useful toolbar icons and controls that make it nearly as configurable as the venerable Timbuktu Pro. You can also expose a Screen Sharing palette, which makes it easy to make Bonjour connections within the Screen Sharing Application.

These new options are not available in iChat, but they do work with all the other methods. (iChat doesn't use the Screen Sharing application directly, but makes use of lower-level components, so these options don't appear; you can't copy and paste, for instance.)

Note

I learned how to expose more of Screen Sharing's options in a Macworld article by Rob Griffiths, "Add more power to 10.5's screen sharing," found ...

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