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    After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    I have installed Anydesk for personal use, but whenever it is running in the system tray, ready to run, and I click in the top right 1/8th region, it pops up.

    I have a webm screencast of this that I would like to upload somewhere for a better explanation.

    Even when I was trying to search the forums, I could not, because the search box was in exactly that area, so when I tried to click it, Anydesk popped up.

    I can also not use the X button to close any of the windows that are in full screen, such as my browser.

    Running Ubuntu 23.04 and Anydesk version 6.2

    :shrug:

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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    kind of a hardlainer but I know of no other way to date:
    Code:
    sudo plutil -replace RunAtLoad -bool false /Library/LaunchAgents/com.philandro.anydesk.Frontend.plist
    Basically this will set the auto start boolean value in the *.plist file from true to false which as a result would disable the autostart function. I know this still works on vers:6.2
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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    Would this mean that Anydesk would not start up automatically?

    If so, that is not what I am trying to do.

    I need Anydesk. Also when I am remoted in, clicking in that region in the remote session still pops up the Anydesk window on my local computer.

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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    It will always be in your app menu... Or even through the terminal via:
    Code:
    /usr/bin/anydesk %u
    My suggested code on Mine:
    Code:
    sudo plutil -replace RunAtLoad -bool false /Library/LaunchAgents/com.philandro.anydesk.Frontend.plist
    Loading '/Library/LaunchAgents/com.philandro.anydesk.Frontend.plist' - nil data argument passed to method
    And it is still setting in my tray.
    Now My DE is XFCE4 and I can click the top right corner with out Anydesk hogging my screen.
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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    Gotcha.

    When I try to run the code you pasted, I get
    plutil: command not found

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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    No big deal
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install libplist-utils
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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    Now I get
    sudo: plutil: command not found

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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    Easiest method is to simply remove Anydesk from auto start preferences.
    I still don't have a clue why your code comes back not found?
    I'm going to guess i won't be of help if your using Gnome Shell, I haven't used it since Gnome2 and was the best desktop I ever used.(IMHO)
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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    Running
    echo $0
    shows that I'm using bash

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    Re: After installing Anydesk, when I click the top right region, Anydesk pops up

    bash here as well, but that's got nothing to do with the differences between yours and mine
    Code:
     echo $0 
    /bin/bash
    Here might show something:
    Code:
    apt show anydesk
    Package: anydesk
    Version: 6.2.1
    Status: install ok installed
    Priority: optional
    Section: net
    Maintainer: AnyDesk Software GmbH <linux-support@anydesk.com>
    Installed-Size: 16.3 MB
    Depends: libc6 (>= 2.7), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1), libglib2.0-0 (>= 2.16.0), libgtk2.0-0 (>= 2.20.1), libstdc++6 (>= 4.1.1), libx11-6, libxcb-shm0, libxcb1, libpango-1.0-0, libcairo2, libxrandr2 (>= 1.3), libx11-xcb1, libxtst6, libxfixes3, libxdamage1, libxkbfile1, libgtkglext1
    Recommends: libglx-mesa0, xdg-utils
    Homepage: https://anydesk.com/
    Download-Size: unknown
    APT-Manual-Installed: yes
    APT-Sources: /var/lib/dpkg/status
    Description: The fastest remote desktop software on the market.
      It allows for new usage scenarios and applications that have not been possible with current remote desktop software.
    Last edited by 1fallen; June 22nd, 2023 at 11:29 PM.
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