Certain key combinations are difficult to enter into the TinyPilot web dashboard because they're also browser hotkeys. These key combinations include Ctrl+T and Ctrl+W.
The simplest way to send browser hotkeys to the remote machine is to use TinyPilot's on-screen keyboard.
For example, to send Ctrl+W, click the left Ctrl key, then click the W key:
If you don't see TinyPilot's on-screen keyboard, enable it with View > Show Keyboard.
An alternative method for Chrome users is to run Chrome under App Mode.
To use TinyPilot in Chrome's App Mode:
This will create a TinyPilot shortcut on your desktop that launches Chrome in "App Mode," which will handle browser-specific key combinations like Ctrl+T and Ctrl+W properly.
Alternatively, you can launch Chrome in App Mode from the command prompt.
"C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --app=https://tinypilot.local
On OS X and Linux: