The Automox Remote Control Module (RCM) allows you to adjust the size and zoom of a remote control session. Once you are zoomed in, there are multiple ways to scroll your view of the remote device’s screens.
The following topics are described here:
See also Remote Control Module
Zooming / Scaling
If the remote device has multiple monitors, it can be difficult to view contents on each of them in a remote session. You can use the Adjust Size/Zoom options to better position monitors within the RCM.
Establish a remote session.
In the toolbar, click the Adjust Size/Zoom icon.
Select from four options to manage how you select your view and position on the remote device.
This table describes each option and how you might use them.
Fit to my window
The screen(s) on the remote device is automatically scaled up or down to match the available space in your (admin) browser window.
The screen(s) on the remote device is scaled to match the height of your (admin) browser window, while allowing the width to extend beyond your browser window’s width. A horizontal scrollbar appears and can be used to scroll across the width of the remote device’s screen.
The screen(s) on the remote device is displayed at its native resolution. Depending on the size, you might be presented with both horizontal and vertical scroll bars.
This option allows you to use a slider to manually increase the zoom level. Both horizontal and vertical scroll bars are available.
Scrolling / Dragging
After you have zoomed in, there are multiple ways to scroll around.
To turn on Drag/Scroll Mode, click the icon.
When the toggle is highlighted, it is on. Click again to turn it off.
After you move the remote screen/monitor to the position you want, you must turn off “Drag/Scroll Mode”. Then you can continue to interact with the remote device.
Requires “Drag/Scroll Mode” to be turned on
Dragging the slider of the scrollbars
Scrolling with mouse wheel or touchpad gestures
Dragging the screen by clicking and dragging with your mouse or touchpad.
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