If the Dock on your Mac is set to autohide, then moving the mouse pointer to the bottom of the screen may not reveal it when you're connected through Jump. Instead use the follow keystroke combination to show or hide the dock: Win + Alt + D.
Update: This has been fixed in Jump Desktop 4.0. You can now point to the bottom of the screen to reveal the dock.
My dock is on auto-hide and I tried using the keystroke combo above which, instead of showing the dock brought up an option to create a new bookmark folder. Is there another way to show the dock without turning off auto-hide?
Go to System Preferences (three gears). Click on Dock. Unclick "autohide" at the bottom.
This has been fixed in Jump Desktop 4.0 - you can now just point the mouse cursor at the bottom of the screen to reveal the dock.
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