Leopard Tip: VNC Client

Leopard Built-in VNC Client

I’ve been using “Chicken of the VNC” for about 6 months in Tiger. Although ”Chicken of the VNC” is a great app I have noticed that the development has been halted for over 2 years now. With the advent of OS 10.5 Leopard Apple has choice to include a VNC client although not in the most obvious location. Here is how to use it.

1. Press Command (Apple) + K2 from Finder.

2. Type in “vnc://server.ip.address.here”

It should connect without a problem. It even has auto-rescaling built-in. Enjoy.

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