Dear @DanielStm, thank you very much for the update. I really do look forward to put the Linux TV13 to work. Although it has been said here before I'd like too express that I greatly appreciate the work of the Teamviewer Linux team, and I think, the native version with Qt is a much better approach than wine was. I'm sure, it is the way to go. I also like the way you (the developers) communicate with us (the customers) directly. Thank you for your prompt replies! TL;DR - Subscription customer who's really irritated by the current useless state - Can't wait for an early Christmas present However, I also have to agree with @SamH_SUQLD and I'm lacking a better expression. I also think the current state is kind of bizarre. As brought up by someone else earlier, the TV13 upgrade was forced on me, because some Windows client decided to do the upgrade on its own. I then did the upgrade, only to realize, that our license was only good for Version 12. $800 later, with an upgraded license (I thought it might cure my issues), I'm stuck with the native 13 version. I understand it's still a preview and for a 'beta' it works pretty good. It connects to all my clients but then I can't send CTRL-ALT-DEL to a windows box because you forgot to add a button for it?! Same thing with the screen switch function... It is bizarre! What really annoys me, as a paying customer with a subscription is the bombardment of new feature announcements for TV13 during the last months. And I always thought 'iOS screen sharing', 'asset management', 'service case handling', etc, etc. - I don't need those features! I don't need TV13! Now I have it. Now I've paid for it, and now I can't send CTRL-ALT-DEL? How could you miss that?! Sorry for the long story but I had to get this of my chest. After upgrading, downgrading, upgrading again, I'm now stuck with a Windows laptop for remote support. And I really hate it. Is there a way for us to get a notification, when a working version is released? Thanks for reading and Merry Christmas!
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