Using TeamViewer 12 I am finding that once I have connected to a remote system (on the LAN or outside) I do not have left/right click functionality with my mouse (though I can move the cursor) and my connection seems to prevent the remote user from clicking too (they can move the cursor though)
I had this problem with TeamViewer 13, and I discovered that it was caused by an USB mouse connected to the target computer. Once I removed the mouse from the USB port, mouse clicks, and overall mouse responsiveness greatly improved.
I have a similar problem with teamviewer 15, windows 10 to macOS mojave - after a while mouse will only do right clicks, even when I try to left click. Alt-tab fixes for a while (thanks @GCRaistlin !) - did you ever find another fix?
I have finally solved the problem but I am not sure if this will work for others. I work on two Macs and occasionally, especially after a restart of the remote computer, I cannot click anywhere on the remote computer even though I can move the mouse. Force quitting and restarting Teamviewer did not work. The solution for me was to lock the remote computer through the local computer under "Actions" and then unlock it again through the local computer.
Hello, I have an issue where I can connect to a machine that is running teamviewer unattended access. Once logged into the windows session I can not get the mouse to click on or interact with anything on the remote session. I can still operate and click on things with my mouse locally, just not with the remote.
Actual result:"That someone was able to gain access to my PC and move the mouse around however, he was not able it to select icons and activate applications on my computer the. left click was effectively disabled.
I am writing because I have a problem with Teamviewer: I have recently added a second monitor to the station that I have to remotely control. When I start the session I see both screens correctly but I can only interact with one of them during videocall. On one I can write, point with the mouse and click to open applications while on the other I can only write with the keyboard and move the mouse but without clicking. Due to this problem I cannot interact with the windows I open on the second monitor which then get stuck.
I have an issue with after connecting from PC to remote PC (Windows 10 to Windows 10) machine where when I click on something it does not select what I clicked on. The mouse cursor moves, the items highlight the hover over, if i click and drag it works no problem, i can draw a select box and you can see the mouse button action that it is pressed and held down, and you can see the release, but when I click on a menu item or a file, I cannot select it. No double clicking responds to open a program or file. I have attached a recording of my issue below. If I EXIT teamviewer and restart TEAMVIEWER , and reconnect to the remote pc the mouse clicks will work but only for 1 session. If I close and reopen the same connection or any other I get the same problem back.
I am running Teamviewer 14.1.18533 on my Windows 10 machine and I am remotely accessing an iMac running Teamviewer 13. Connection is fine and I can chat and see the other computer, but my mouse disappears whenever I move it anywhere on the remote desktop. I can see what my customer is doing, opening apps and other things, but I have no control over the remote computer. First time I've experienced this issue. I connect fine to hundreds of other customers and can control their machines. Is there a setting on the remote Teamviewer I should be aware of like "show remote cursor"? Please help. Thank you. Robert
The display works fine. The problem is the mouse and keyboard. The mouse is uncontrollable. The camera spins and it is impossible to direct the character to move. Using WASD keys to move the character cause jerky movments.
Secondly, On a local machine, the mouse is bound as a controller to a game until you select another window. With TeamViewer, this cannot be done, the remote mouse is bound, but the local mouse on your side is not. This will cause the mouse movements on the remote side to act erratically.
I'm not asking for a remote acces to CoD or something like that. Just a few games that are FP camera view and in need of a smooth movements.Like playing PC Building Simulator is impossible, because you need your mouse to control the camera. But you can walk correctly x)
I was trying to play a game remotely off my computer at home and when I try to move the character the mouse moves but the character doesn't, also the wasd keys don't work either. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have installed TeamViewer on Ubuntu 18 desktop in the lab. On my laptop, I can connect remotely to the Ubuntu machine. However, I only see the desktop and cannot do any operation. I can move the cursor around the desktop but cannot do anything, mouse click etc.. doesn't work.
I am on a Macbook pro 2018 attempting to access a friends iMac 2018 remotely both running MacOS 12.01 Monterey (not on the same network), have followed all the steps in the help articles in this post, granted all the permission, then removed them, restarted the app, granted them again, and I'm still unable to control the computer. I am able to login with a password, see the screen, and even use my keyboard to switch apps, however I cannot do anything other than move the mouse (the host confirms seeing the mouse move). I cannot select, or click on anything with the mouse. PLEASE HELP!!!
When you move each mouse to the first time, it will be assigned to a user in the list. The silhouette turns dark when a new user is activated, and you'll see the keyboard/mouse icon turn orange when they're currently in use.
While this won't let you perform independent functions like MouseMux, it works for letting two people control cursors on the same screen. For example, this is useful for reviewing documents, as both parties can select objects to show the other. But since the remote machine moves the host's mouse with their cursor, it's not a true dual-cursor setup.
You now have remote access to your Mac from your iPad. Tapping on the screen acts as a mouse click, or you can tap on the mouse shaped icon in the menu bar, then drag your finger around to move the mouse pointer (tap to click, and tap with two fingers to right-click). Tapping the keyboard icon enables you to enter text, with either the on-screen keyboard or a keyboard attached to your iPad Pro. Tap the Full-Screen icon to remove the menu and work on your Mac computer as if you were using a laptop.
There are some control differences between using the touch-screen interface and the mouse and cursor of a Mac. TeamViewer uses a selection of different gestures to replicate the move and click function of a mouse. When you first start TeamViewer it will display a list of the touch interactions you can use.
We always ask if you are ok with us taking control over your PC. As soon as you confirm this, please do not move your mouse. You will see everything we do on the screen. You can take control back any time by simply moving your mouse.
We can connect to your machine only if TeamViewer is open on your PC. You can take control over your computer and stop us from doing anything by simply starting to move your mouse. All TeamViewer versions use full encryption.
Name the group and save it. Once created, move your mouse over the newly created group and click the edit pencil. In the edit group overlay, click the share option from the left and add the desired users.
solucionar teamviewer mouse cinema 4d.jpg664x510 45.5 KB First of all, sorry for my English. Thanks for the help, the problem in cinema 4d is solved by activating, as they said, the checkbox of graphic tablets. It was driving me crazy!! Thanks for the help!
Users of TeamViewer saw the TeamViewer-box pop-up, saw their mouse move and even noticed payments were completed through eBay or PayPal accounts, without the consent of the user behind the keyboard. But does this mean TeamViewer was hacked?
On screen there will be up to three mouse cursors, each with its own color. The white cursor with a colored square is active and can be used for left or right click actions. The other cursors can be moved freely and you simply left click to take control and make that mouse active. TeamPlayer 2 works reasonably well but we did encounter a few minor issues, which might be expected of a program this old.
You can swap mouse buttons, mirror cursors, change pointer/click/scroll speeds and reverse scroll directions. A few more options are available from the menu when you click the spanner icon at the top of the window (including Exit). If you are someone that would like one mouse on the primary monitor and another on the secondary monitor to reduce physical movement, EitherMouse could be quite useful.
Same issue here with both my clients' machines, and our own. Remote control is initiated, on the host side is says that the client is in control, but the client cannot move the hosts' mouse or click on anything. On the client end, it appears though you are in control of the host as well. No error messages, and no issues actually viewing the desktop, just not able to control it.
So I figured out a workaround that seems to get the mouse cursor working again, once the end user shares the screen and they give you control click on chat on the left hand side of teams which should minimize the remote control window. Than go back to the screen share via the connection box in the bottom right hand corner of the screen in teams, and Wa Laa your mouse cursor is now showing in the remote control and you can move around and clicking works. @mkowal42910
More info: Depending on how impact is presenting itself for your organization, there are workarounds available. If no mouse or keyboard actions are working, users may click on one of the side rail items (such as Chat, Teams or Calendar) and then return to the meeting screen to mitigate impact. If a user has issues controlling the top of the screen, the sharer needs to move the shared app (such as a web browser or the Outlook client) down 40 pixels to mitigate the impact. 2b1af7f3a8