I use Ubuntu 12.04, but I do not think the process will be different using other versions of Ubuntu.
Team Viewer screen sharing is my choice to replace the now "TOO BLURRED TO READ" Skype screen share. The window sizes are about the same on my screen, but I can now read the print whereas the Skype blur makes reading impossible.
Please note that although Team Viewer runs under Wine, there are many native scripts that also run.
There has been some notice of the "TeamViewer remote control daemon" (teamviewerd) remaining active after the user is finished using and terminated teamviewer. Respawning is also used to make sure it stays active. The easiest solution is to reboot or logout after making sure the 'start with system' check box is cleared. When you log in, team viewer should not start and the daemon should not appear.
If you want a solution that does not require logging out, you must delete the respawn commands from the configuration file.
In the terminal, enter:
gksudo gedit -s /etc/init/teamviewerd.conf
Delete the two lines:
respawn limit 5 60
Save the file. Do not worry about the teamviewerd.conf.bak file.
Now that respawn is disabled, ending the daemon will end it. I did not notice anything unusual in the way teamviewer functions with the modified script.
Note: the changes will not initially take effect until teamviewer reads the script. Reboot, log-out, or terminate and restart teamviewer are options. I only tried log-out and it worked for me. I did not try the other options as I modified the script only once.