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name15

i am trying write script like (Remote Desktop Connection)

how make window (showing desktop) update automatic to view real time in screen (desktop)

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colafrysen

You're better of trying to use some ready built interface like RDP or VNC. You could build your own by using GDI+ and TCP to transfer pictures.

But if you decide to build your own, remember that it is going to be slow, the ones that are already built uses some advanced compressing and optimizing algorithms.


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name15

ok

but how many pictures have server take for screen and reaped that every 2 scent or 3 scent

or i have wait to client check for variable like mouse click .....

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Xand3r

lol... you are very lucky: D i just made this a couple of days ago

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