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Can you have a second "virtual" screen when remoted into your Mac, like you can with Windows RDP?

Yes, you can - but it requires a bit of extra hardware. If you add a "dummy HDMI dongle", macOS will think you have an extra display - and that will be accessible when using VNC. I have ...
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Getting a Mac application window to show up on remote Linux machine **without** XQuartz?

Finding a solution that will enable this without leaving the slighest hint on the main display that remote sharing is enabled - that is going to be very difficult, if not impossible. You might in ...
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Remote desktop connection from Linux to Mac (RDP style)

I'm assuming you want the question answered for "standard" macOS applications, and not only for a very specific subset such as only X11-based software: Built-in Support The only remote ...
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Is there a method to control an iPhone from a macOS laptop through bluetooth or cable?

You could just connect the two devices using Ethernet. Plug a standard Ethernet cable into your Mac (use an Ethernet dongle, if your Mac doesn't have an Ethernet port) - and then connect the other end ...
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Screen Sharing changes resolution for no reason

You have several options: Check the display settings on the Mac Mini Open System Preferences and: Change the display resolution to "Standard" Switch any enhancement like True Tone etc off. ...
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Screen Sharing changes resolution for no reason

I lack the necessary reputation to add a comment, so please bare with me if I add it here. I believe that setting a specific display resolution beforehand (e.g. 2560 x 1440) is important for its ...
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