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TeamViewer blank screen on chromebook

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I have installed all apps on my main windows 10 laptop and trying to use my chromebook to connect to the laptop to work remotely with the lite weight chromebook.

I have video and etc under teamviewer so I know that is all working as expected, but when I launch affinity publisher, I get the initial loading screen and then a blank white screen that I can't do anything with at all.  It won't render or anything useful so it seems like something is failing to load properly when using a remote display rather than the local display.

I am open to tinkering, let me know if you have any ideas on how to make this work on the remote machine.

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Does the Publisher open properly on the Windows PC and does the UI appear there with all the elements, or is a blank area also displayed there?

I suspect that it is a display problem with the team viewer and not a problem with the publisher itself.

To test against this, I recommend starting AnyDesk on both devices.

Downloadable here: https://anydesk.com/en/downloads


Another possibility would be to activate the windows own remote desktop and the remote desktop client on the Chromebook.

Activate Remote Desktop:

Start --> Settings --> System --> Remote Desktop

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