Turn off screen updating
But it may not be met by many servers out there where 8MB or 16MB of video memory is still the norm.
The reason why Splashtop needs more video memory than traditional remote desktop tools is we use a video-based approach to encode and transmit the screen.
But perhaps there is another way to make your function run with less screen updates?
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(Note that this issue does not happen on Windows Server 2012.) For Windows streamer version 18.104.22.168 or earlier: When you type a key or click a button during a remote session, the screen doesn't update until tens of seconds or even several minutes later.
For Windows streamer version 22.214.171.124 or later: During a remote session, screen updates are delayed by a few seconds and cursor keeps flashing.
The user can select which time series to plot from a popup. Try if this works:if isfield(handles,) && ishandle(handles.y1) && ishandle(handles.y2) %update existing plot set(handles.y1,'XData',[Y1 XDATA],'Ydata',[Y1 YDATA]) %update data of y1 set(handles.y2,'XData',[Y2 XDATA],'Ydata',[Y2 YDATA]) %update data of y2 else %create new plot [handles.axis, handles.y1, handles.y2] = plotyy(handles.
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