I am remoting into a PC computer, but I have a Mac here at home. Is there a way to use the keyboard functions (mainly the Control & Command keys) as Mac instead of Windows? I heard it's possible but can't find anything online about it.
You should be able to, but I need to see if you need to enable the legacy keyboard settings. Can you tell me what combinations you are trying use? What OS (build and version) do you have one your sender? What version of Remote Boost is on your sender and receiver?
I guess it's mainly I want to have the Mac's Command & Control keys, not the PC, so I would like them reversed. I'm on Mojave 10.14.6. I don't think we're using Remote Boost. I remote into the PC using RGS v. 18.104.22.16876.
Okay, so you are on RGS 7.7.0. I don't think we made any keyboard changes then, but Remote Boost it was completely redone. Still, I would need to try and see if this can be reversed. Generally we just sent the keycode that is associated with that key. So for Mac it might be a little different. You are using a Mac keyboard with your receiver correct? The sender is Windows 10? With a Windows keyboard attached?
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