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  • caligula
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    I guess to fully work some work with multi-seat is still required in common desktops. E.g. https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome..._requests/2230

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  • Joe2021
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    Originally posted by elatllat View Post
    It's been 15 years and many apps (Firefox, Chrome, VLC, etc) still don't use Wayland by default, using xWayland instead...
    Yawn...

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  • Nocifer
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    Originally posted by elatllat View Post
    It's been 15 years and many apps (Firefox, Chrome, VLC, etc) still don't use Wayland by default, using xWayland instead...
    Firefox defaults to Wayland since v121. In the case of other apps, these will likely switch in the near future now that Wayland is at long last becoming the default session in the various DEs/distros.

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  • elatllat
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    It's been 15 years and many apps (Firefox, Chrome, VLC, etc) still don't use Wayland by default, using xWayland instead...

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  • rene
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    thanks for the news, packages: https://t2sde.org/packages/wayvnc

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  • WayVNC 0.8 Adds Auto Server-Side Resizing Of Headless Outputs, Detached Mode

    Phoronix: WayVNC 0.8 Adds Auto Server-Side Resizing Of Headless Outputs, Detached Mode

    WayVNC 0.8 was released this weekend as the VNC server for wlroots-based Wayland compositors like Sway. WayVNC attaches to wlroots-using compositors and creators virtual input devices and exposes the display via the RFB protocol for the lack of Wayland having any standardized VNC-type support for remote/network computing...

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