First of all: please do not e-mail feature suggestions directly to the developers (unless you would like to sponsor the development). There are two much better places for feature requests:
- Feature Request Tracker on the SourceForge.net site (see the details below);
- TightVNC mailing lists.
Using the Feature Request Tracker
The tracker helps to keep all the requests for enhancements in one place, and to find a source of information if we would decide to implement a particular feature. Go through the following steps when sending a feature suggestion:
- If you have not registered on the SourceForge.net Web site, please do that before posting a feature request (see more information below).
- Go to the feature request tracker.
- Make sure you are logged in.
- Search existing requests for similar features. If it's already there, just post another comment, instead of adding a similar item to the tracker.
- If you have not found an existing feature request, consider adding a new one.
- Choose an informative subject line.
- Describe the suggested feature providing as many details as possible, including links to existing examples, similar software etc.
Why Registration Is Necessary?
Technically, it is possible to post a feature request anonymously. The registration simply enables sending you notifications on any changes in the request status. Also, as a registered user, you will automatically receive all the comments attached to your request. Note that such comments can include clarification inquires from project developers, or information on possible alternative solutions.