Controlling your computer with a virtual remote can be a hassle when compared to using a mouse and keyboard. This is where Remote Mouse’s specialty control panels come in – to provide users with quick and convenient access to certain actions on small screens.
The panel control bar is designed to be slidable, which enables each icon to better match the size of your fingertips. This makes it easier to perform actions with a single tap, such as shutting down your computer. In addition, there is more room for adding new panels in the future.
With the latest version of Remote Mouse, you can rearrange the specialty panels and customize your interface to your liking. This allows you to create a more efficient workspace that suits your individual needs.
In additional to the alphabetical keyboard, Remote Mouse offers a shortcut bar and a numeric-function keypad to simplify your computer control experience. We have included some GIFs below to demonstrate how they work.
The Shortcut Bar
The Shortcut Bar can be used simultaneously with other keyboards and specialty panels, and will display corresponding keys depending on the connected computer’s operating system (Windows or Mac).
The three keys on the right provide quick controls, while the four keys on the left are modifiers that can be used along with either the English keyboard or the numeric-function keypad to send shortcuts.
Due to the limited screen size, each key in a shortcut key combination must be entered individually, as opposed to using a physical keyboard.
Since macOS Mojave, the system starts to require authorization when using Remote Mouse or a specific feature for the first time, which is similar to how you authorize an app on your iPhone. Without proper authorization, Remote Mouse will not be able to work properly.