Jump Desktop for iOS 9.8.0 was released today to the App Store. This release has bug fixes and improves compatibility with the latest version of iOS.
In this update, notable improvements have been made in handling connection windows in 'Displays in Separate Windows' mode. The strategy now opts to reuse existing windows instead of closing and re-opening them. This change is particularly beneficial when using virtual monitors.
Stylus remoting has undergone a significant upgrade, delivering precision and accuracy like never before. An option to disable stylus remoting on the client side has been added as well. To disable stylus remoting, connect to the machine and click Remote => Uncheck Stylus.
Compatibility with Adobe Photoshop has been enhanced, specifically in the handling of mouse cursors.
Various stability and performance enhancements have been implemented.
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This is a bug fix release which fixes an issue with 'Fullscreen on All Windows' and 'Lock Mouse Cursor' not working correctly. This release also improves startup performance improvements for 1000s of machines.
This is a bug fix release.
Notable issues fixed:
We're excited to announce Jump Desktop for Mac 8.9. This release brings the following new features:
We hope you enjoy these!
Pixel perfect mouse scrolling for Fluid lets you scroll smoothly and accurately on any screen, even on high-resolution Retina displays.
Higher quality audio streaming for Fluid. In this release we've doubled bandwidth allocated for audio for Teams Enterprise user. Higher quality audio is automatically enabled for Teams Enterprise users.
Privacy Mode for Fluid blanks out the host machine's physical displays and blocks inputs from physical keyboard and mice attached to the machine. Privacy mode will also automatically lock computer after a user's remote session ends. This is perfect for when you need to remotely work on sensitive documents and media. Great for shared environments and hybrid work.
To enable privacy mode connect to your machine and click Remote -> Privacy Mode.
Teams users can also enforce Privacy Mode via Connect Settings:
Privacy Mode is currently available when connecting from a Mac to a Windows or Mac machine.
Virtual Displays for Fluid lets you extend your remote session beyond the physical limits of your host's displays. You can now create up to 4 virtual displays during a remote session (see below for limitations).
Virtual displays support arbitrary resolutions and can match your local display layout perfectly. This is perfect for working with multiple monitors without having to worry about how many monitors are attached to the remote host. Virtual Monitors also support Retina mode for extra clarity!
To get started:
Connect to your machine, click Displays -> Virtual Monitor and select the number of virtual displays to use. Once virtual displays are engaged Jump will replace the host's physical monitors with virtual monitors. You can resize virtual monitors by simply resizing your local Jump Desktop windows.
Virtual Monitor support currently works when connecting from a Mac or Windows to a Windows 10 or macOS 10.14+ machine. A Teams Enterprise subscription is required to enable 2 or more virtual monitors.
Supported Virtual Monitors
|Apple Silicon Macs
|up to 4 virtual monitors
|Windows 10 or later
|up to 4 virtual monitors
|Intel macOS 10.15 or later
|up to 3 virtual monitors
|Intel macOS 10.14
|1 virtual monitor