Re: Offscreen Rendering


Is that a "feature"? When I'm running the master display and a remote user is running a slave, it serves as a viewport to my desktop. Anything placed in front of my master will appear on their slave. This can be handy or dangerous.


Bill Hibbard wrote:

RemoteSlaveDisplay uses the same code that capturing BufferedImages
uses, so will be obscured if the BufferedImage is.

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