When a session is larger than your browser window, scroll bars are supposed to be shown so you can easily pan around the session. However this fails to happen on Windows if the device has touch support.
It turns out we made a bad assumption when we tried to improve support for Android and iOS. On those platforms the scroll bars are invisible and therefore unusable. So we automatically disable scroll bars and rely on our built in panning on those systems.
But we didn't actually detect Android and iOS. Instead we took a short cut and detected touch support and assumed that meant a mobile platform. But a standard Windows machine can also support touch, so that assumption was flawed.
This has been fixed upstream:
The panning icon is showing on the toolbar on Windows touch devices. Windows touch devices don't have support for panning. Right now, the icon is just grayed out but it's still showing. This icon should be removed.
Note that this change also means that you no longer can pan using a touch drag on Windows devices.
It would be nice to support both touch drag panning and scroll bars at the same time, but it is not realistic right now as adding a setting or supporting both simultaneously is a lot of work. As such we have to pick one, and for now we're picking scroll bars.
Also note that this scenario should be rare for most ThinLinc users as we always try to resize the session so that no panning is needed.
(In reply to comment #1)
> The panning icon is showing on the toolbar on Windows touch devices. Windows
> touch devices don't have support for panning. Right now, the icon is just
> grayed out but it's still showing. This icon should be removed.
Fixed in upstream:
Verified that the scroll bars are there and the panning icon is gone on Windows 10 touch for:
* Chrome 77
* Firefox 66
* Internet Explorer 11
* Edge 18
Release notes looks good!(In reply to comment #5)
> Verified that the scroll bars are there and the panning icon is gone on Windows
> 10 touch for:
> * Chrome 77
> * Firefox 66
> * Internet Explorer 11
> * Edge 18
You also tested on Android and iOS that the scroll bars are gone and that the panning still works.
Also, release notes looks good!