Thanks for the great work. Eagerly awaiting the January release and [hopefully] reintroduction of File Transfer, Screen Resolution and Full Screen.
In the ad, you talk about a relase planned for January.
Do you have more details on the release date?
Work unstable on my Linux Mint 18.2 mate amd64.
Suddenly Teamviewer13 closes by self.
Now i have downgraded to TV12.
Really disappointed that file transfer has disappeared, especially after upgrading my Pi so I could use team view for file transfer with it!
Do you have plans to re-instate this option?
Dear TeamViewer, tell me please, where can I download the version for Linux, but that it would not be a preview? Preview version it's very very very very very very uncomfortable. The new GUI is very terrible!
Older versions are available at https://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/previous-versions/
Indeed the Linux version seems pretty degraded. File transfer and ctrl characters work on windows version but not Linux. File transfer even works on Android - should be an easy fix.
@gerry5858: window maximized: done. toolbar minimized: I'd like to have that, too :robotwink: Wayland: accepted. New UI layout: most likely not this year.
@drh27: Might take a few more releases, I have to check how complicated it is. As a temporary solution, you could start multiple connections, one for each screen.
All the best,
Thanks for this upgrade!
One question....is there multi monitor support?? I can't see any menu to do it. Cheers
I downloaded and installed this but nothing appears to have changed: still no file transfer menu on the remote desktop whereas if I log in from a Windows machine there is. Yes I have checked I'm running the new version number.
The most wanted features for now (after file transfer and chat) are still missing from Computers&Contacts menu: add, change, remove computers. Currently we have to go through web interface https://login.teamviewer.com/ in order to add, change, remove computers, including comments per computer. This is the most uncomfortable for current 13.0.9865 version that we are enforced to use web-based version instead of computer-based.
Another hand - I have to say that Linux repository works well - special thanks for that! I really appreciate that I can install, update Teamviewer using Linux built-in package management tools like APT, RPM. This is much more secure and comfortable than downloading packages manually. Keep going good work!
Chat doesn't work.
Sending chat message from the client to jost that is. I right click on computer and choose to send a chat message. Nothing happens. File transfer works though.
It's the end of February, but we still do not have the ability to file transfer. When can we expect it?
Your system updater should have told you weeks ago that there is an update.
See the post above that explains where the file transfer menu is. It's not where you expect to find it, on the toolbar but in the menu for the known computers on the client computer. Works fine.
b.t.w. I've also just used the same feature from an old android tablet (6 yrs old, running Android v 4.n) and it works beautifully.
The new update is certainly helpful and much appreciated. The contact list is working for online and offline again which is a huge help. Unfortunately I am still not able to really use the Linux version. There seems to be a lot of stability issues. It will crash on me and I have killall and restart the service to get it working again. There is also a weird issue where it stops sending key combinations, and will not share the clipboard properly. Keep up the good work though! I am still in favor of a wine version until the full Linux is ready for prime time...
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@mhb: Filetransfer was only in the Computers & Contacts context menu and the main TeamViewer dialog. With today's update, it's also available in the toolbar.
@zeroconf: I know. I wished we could have squeezed it in. Hopefully next time.
@alitvak69: If it still does not work, let me know.
@ReeseTech: I'm not certain you would have less problems with a Wine version, but I'm certain they would be different :robotwink: If you continue to have stability issues (preferrably, you get the same type of problem reproducibly), please consider Help/Feedback in the menu and attach log files.
Thanks a lot @DanielStm I really appreciate TV team effort. BTW, I connect from my Ubuntu 17 to a W7 and sometimes I open a ssh on remote windows to a Linux machine, I notice my vim acts crazily....key configuration are gone, although if I'm in front of my W7 machine and I open ssh as usual then vim works fine.