Citrix Workspace app for Chrome
The new Citrix Workspace app (formerly known as Citrix Receiver) provides a great user experience — a secure, contextual, and unified workspace — on any device. It gives you instant access to all your SaaS and web apps, your virtual apps, files, and desktops from an easy-to-use, all-in-one interface powered by Citrix Workspace services.
What’s new in 2006
- Citrix Workspace app for Chrome is now available in the Italian language.
Support for setting multi-touch as the default mode
- Citrix Workspace app for Chrome now allows you to set Multi-touch as the default mode through the Google Admin Console. Multi-touch mode controls whether to enable multi-touch gestures. You can toggle between Panning mode and Multi-touch mode.
Touch support :
- Citrix Workspace app for Chrome now enhances touch support by allowing you to run sessions on touch-enabled Chrome devices in tablet mode. This feature includes support for gestures, multi-touch, and soft keyboard functionality.
- The Open keyboard icon now appears on the session toolbar when a Chrome device is in tablet mode. When you use this feature or perform a three-finger tap, the soft keyboard appears. For more information, see Support for Touch
- The soft keyboard might appear at every tap even in the non-editable area. The issue occurs when a Chromebook is in tablet mode.
- When you establish an audio call in a session launched from Citrix Workspace app for Chrome, the audio might stop working unless you relaunch the session.
- If you attempt to copy and paste content that contains more than 10,000 words, a session might become unresponsive.
- The automatic keyboard display feature might not work in the editable area when a Chrome device is in tablet mode. The issue occurs with XenApp and XenDesktop 1912 and later. As a workaround, navigate to Toolbar > Open keyboard or perform a three-finger tap to display the soft keyboard automatically.
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