I was wondering if anyone else had issues doing a right click on a remote computer using a chromebook with Chrome OS. The issue that I come across is that with the chromebook, the right click is done by clicking the mousepad with two fingers seperately and when doing in, some flash settings popups instread of sending the command to the remote computer.
It would be nice to have a smooter integration with the Chrome OS as the OS itself is limited and I'll be using LogMeIn a lot more with it.
Another issue with using LogMeIn and Chrome in general is that when browsing folders on a Windows machine, a double click to open a folder will not open the folder as usual - it goes into name edit mode (highlights the folder name, puts the cursor there to allow you to type edits).
I always have to right click and select open to go into a folder.
*Update: Since LogMeIn isn't helping - I hope this helps. I just happened to notice that if you right click twice - the first time you get the flash notice but then right click again right away and it will do a normal right click. As long as you do this each time you want to right click it won't get messed up.
Yes, I have been using Chrome to log into my computer and never had this issue until today. This morning I log in and try to right click and I get the flash settings dialog box whcih I have never got in the past. Is this due to the chrome update? flash update? logmein update? Why did chrome and logmein work so well for so long and then all of a sudden on right clicks I get the flash dialog box.