These gestures will interact with the app:
Pinch in or out to zoom the display.
Double-tap with two fingers to toggle into or out of fullscreen (bottom toolbar hidden).
Screen Edge Gestures
To perform these gestures, start swiping from your device edges towards the center in a straight line.
Use these gestures to:
- Unhide the dock.
- Move quickly to one edge on the remote display.
- Show the menu bar when the app running on your remote Mac is in fullscreen mode.
NOTE: When the device keyboard is visible, perform the swipe up gesture over the shortcuts toolbar.
Hot Corners Gestures
Hot Corners are actions triggered when you move your mouse cursor to a corner of you Mac display. You can set Hot Corners in System Preferences → Desktop & Screen Saver → Hot Corners.
To trigger a Hot Corner, simply swipe from a screen-edge corner. Screens will take care of moving the cursor to that corner for you.
Three Fingers Swipe Gestures
Just like using your Magic Trackpad! Screens sends corresponding keyboard shortcuts for these actions. By default, Screens uses the default shortcuts from macOS:
- Swipe up to launch Mission Control (⌃ ↑)
- Swipe down to show all windows for the current application (⌃ ↓)
- Swipe right to move left a space (⌃ ←)
- Swipe left to move right a space (⌃ →)
If you have different shortcuts than these in System Preferences → Keyboard → Shortcuts, then you can either set them to what is suggested above or install Screens Connect on your Mac. Screens Connect takes care of sending the correct keyboard shortcuts to Screens so you don't have to worry about them. Moreover, it makes it easy to connect to your Mac when you're away. See Installing Screens Connect on your Mac for more information.
NOTE: If you're connecting to a Windows or Linux PC, the Swipe Up and Swipe Down gestures are disabled. The Swipe Left and Swipe Right gestures are associated to the Alt-Tab shortcut, which will display the app switcher on the remote computer.