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I have put up with the shortcomings as far as using it on the Chromebook. The keys not binding, my inability to use shortcuts, the slow mouse at times that requires me to readjust, the useless scroll button, and I can’t use touch properly. But now, since the latest update, it’s flickering at times, making Shadow a paying service that I can’t use properly on a Chromebook, the main reason I got the Chromebook. So, is there some way that this is going to get fixed?Bad enough that Chromebooks are hardly supported, even though there’s a big message about it in the updates.
Running Shadow (Ubuntu) on ChromeOS. So far, so good. This is going to be an experiment that I will do on my spare time, but so far, this is my result.I managed to get the Shadow.AppImage after a few trials and error. The mouse is working properly (you have to lock it) and works slightly better than the Android App as it recognize the input from the mouse better than the Android app and it works at native speeds. Can’t seem to get the start button to work, but it is a first run. I’ll have more to say on this later.
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