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What’s new

What’s new in 2109

Support for copying image clips

Using the standard keyboard shortcuts, you can now copy and paste image clips between your local device and your virtual desktop and app sessions. You can use the standard keyboard shortcuts for copying and pasting while using apps such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, and Adobe Photoshop. Previously, this functionality was available only for text for the Google Chrome browser and the Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser with HTTPS stores. This functionality is now available for both text and images for the Google Chrome browser and the Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser with HTTPS stores.

  Supported clipboard actions
Google Chrome browser and Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser with HTTPS stores Image clip copy and paste support. Text copy and paste support
Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, HTTP stores Text copy and paste support

Note:

  • In general, for security reasons, we recommend you use only HTTPS-based stores.
  • Due to network bandwidth constraints, sessions might become unresponsive when you try to copy and paste an image clip larger than 2 MB.
  • You can select and press Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V (Microsoft Windows OS, Chrome OS) or Command + C and Command + V (Apple Macs) to copy and paste. The right-click functionality works only when you copy and paste from your virtual desktop and app sessions to your local device. It doesn’t work when you copy and paste from the local device to your virtual desktop and app sessions.
  • We’ve tested this feature with BMP, PNG, JPEG, and GIF formats.

Battery status indicator

The battery status of the device now appears in the notification area within the virtual desktop session. Previously, the battery status indicator wasn’t visible in the session, which sometimes led to a loss of productivity when the laptop shuts down after the battery runs out.

The newly available battery status indicator feature is supported on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browsers. It is supported only on VDA versions 7.18 and later.

Note:

  • With Microsoft Windows 10 VDA, the battery status indicator might take about 1 or 2 minutes to appear.

Support for Microsoft Windows logo key and additional keyboard shortcuts

This release adds support for the following key combinations with the Microsoft Windows logo key in your sessions running on Microsoft Windows.

  • Windows + R
  • Windows + D
  • Windows + E
  • Windows + M
  • Windows + S
  • Windows + CTRL + S
  • Windows + T
  • Windows + U
  • Windows + Number
  • Windows + X
  • Windows + K

We’re now also supporting the following, additional keyboard shortcuts in your sessions running on Microsoft Windows:

  • Alt + Tab
  • Esc key
  • Ctrl + N
  • Ctrl + T
  • Ctrl + W

In sessions running on macOS, we now also support the following, additional keyboard shortcuts:

  • Esc Key
  • Command + N
  • Command + T
  • Command + W
  • Ctrl + N
  • Ctrl + T
  • Ctrl + W

We don’t support Alt + Tab and Microsoft Windows logo key shortcuts in sessions running on macOS.

Note:

  • The shortcut keys work only in full-screen mode selected through the toolbar. For more information, see Keyboard shortcuts.

Note (HTTPS):

If you are on HTTP-based stores, for a secure context, we recommend that you transition to HTTPS-based stores. For more information, see HTTPS.

What’s new in 2108.2

Bidirectional audio

You can now make and receive calls within your Citrix Workspace app sessions. Earlier, audio redirection was limited to audio-out, which let you listen to only the audio being played inside the sessions.

The newly available microphone (audio-in) feature is supported on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browsers.

Recommendations:

  • Use headsets for optimal audio quality.
  • Sometimes, the audio quality isn’t smooth on constrained networks. For such scenarios, we recommend that you set audio quality to Medium or Low in Citrix Studio.

Note:

  • When launching a session for the first time, the browser asks for permission to use your microphone, and then remembers your preference going forward for the particular store.
  • At times, you might see an error message stating, “The microphone couldn’t be opened.” Disconnect and reconnect to the session for the microphone to be redirected.
  • At times, when the session auto-reconnects after network disruption, the Microsoft Teams application might have difficulty utilizing the microphone for some duration. As a workaround, wait for some time, or quit and reconnect to the meeting.
  • Audio features require a secure context to work. They’re supported on stores based on ‘https.’ We also recommend - in general - that stores be based on ‘https.’
  • With VDA versions 2008 and earlier, you might see audio not working on the Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browsers. We recommend that you move to a later VDA version. For more information, see Audio.
  • Bidirectional audio is available on video conferencing apps such as Microsoft Teams within the Workspace app.

Webcam support

You can now start using webcams, both built-in and external, within Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 virtual desktop and app sessions.

Webcam support is available on the Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browsers.

Note:

  • When launching a session for the first time (from a store), a prompt appears requesting permission to use your camera.
  • Camera features require a secure context to work. They are supported on stores based on ‘https.’ We also recommend - in general - that stores be based on ‘https.’
  • Webcam support is available on video conferencing apps such as Microsoft Teams within the Workspace app.

Enhanced graphics

This enhancement provides higher frame rates. As a result, interactive graphics and video playback are smoother. Currently, this enhancement is limited to the Mozilla Firefox browser.

Recommendation:

If you are using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops versions that are no longer supported, you might see black screens or graphics artifacts. For more information on supported versions, see Product Matrix. We recommend setting the Legacy Graphics Mode to Disabled.

What’s new in 2105.6

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 2105.5

Enhanced East Asian language input and display feature

Improved input and display experience with Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters. Currently, this enhancement is limited to sessions hosted on Linux VDAs.

Input Method Editor (IME) is a key feature for users of the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) languages. A generic version of the feature is available in Citrix Workspace app and on VDAs. Earlier, the generic client IME user interface (including the Composition and the Candidate Windows) was positioned in the upper left corner of the screen. It did not follow the cursor and was therefore often located far from the cursor position. Starting with this release, we’re enhancing the feature, allowing you to compose CJK characters at the current cursor location within your Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 session as shown below.

Composition and Candidate Window image

Limitations:

  • This feature is currently supported on Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 sessions running on Linux VDA 2012 or later.
  • This feature is not supported on Internet Explorer nor on Apple Safari 12 and earlier.

For more information, see Configure - Generic Client IME.

What’s new in 2103

Support for browsers

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 now supports new features for only the following browsers:

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Apple Safari
  • Microsoft Edge Chromium
Browsers Support for new features Support for maintenance and security fixes
Mozilla Firefox Yes Yes
Google Chrome Yes Yes
Apple Safari Yes Yes
Microsoft Edge Chromium Yes Yes
Internet Explorer* No Yes
Microsoft Edge Legacy* No Yes

*Microsoft apps and services to end support for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Legacy soon. For more information about product lifecycles, see Microsoft documentation.

Note:

Ensure that you use the latest version of the Citrix HDX SDK for HTML5 to launch the sessions. For more information, see Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 HDX SDK. Otherwise, the launch of the sessions might fail.

What’s new in 2101.5

Improved soft keyboard performance

Earlier, the following issues occurred in a session when using a soft keyboard:

  • The soft keyboard appeared intermittently.
  • Focus issues occurred when you switched between Tablet mode and Normal mode.
  • The clipboard feature failed to work because of focus issues.

This release addresses those issues and improves the overall performance and stability of the soft keyboard feature.

Enhanced audio performance

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 now allows you to experience smooth audio quality on your calls when using a webcam. You will no longer see much lag between audio and video. Also, earlier, when you set pulse-code modulation (PCM) audio through a VDA, you were unable to hear the audio. This release addresses those issues and improves the overall audio performance and stability.

Audio recommendations

For best performance, use a USB headset within a session to speak and to listen.

What’s new in 2101

Enhanced app switcher support

Starting with this release, when you launch a published application session in full-screen or kiosk mode, the session does not overlap with the desktop taskbar. The app switcher no longer hides the session. This enhancement is supported only in single-monitor mode.

What’s new in 2011

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 2010.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 2010

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 2009

macOS Big Sur Day 0 support

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 adds support for Safari browsers introduced with macOS Big Sur.

Session performance improvements in multi-monitor scenarios

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 improves the overall performance and stability of sessions in multi-monitor scenarios. In earlier versions, when a session was running on multiple monitors, you experienced sluggish performance.

Improved audio performance

In earlier releases, you might hear a crackling sound when listening to audio. Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 now enriches the user experience by providing smooth audio.

What’s new in 2007

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 2006

Support for specifying the duration of overlay sessions

As an administrator, you can specify the duration of overlay sessions by using the resizeOverlayDuration value in the configuration.js file. The value defaults to 3,500 milliseconds. You can set it in a range of 0 through 3,500. The onResize events are generated when you resize a session. This feature is applicable only for sessions launched through the HDX SDK for HTML5. For more information, see Specifying the duration of overlay sessions.

Support for blocking PDF printing for specific browsers

As an administrator, you can now block PDF printing on the following browsers across platforms: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge (including Microsoft Edge Chromium). For more information, see Blocking PDF printing.

What’s new in 2005

This release contains enhancements that help improve overall performance and stability, along with some security improvements.

Language support

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 is now available in the Italian language.

What’s new in 2004

Portuguese language support

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 is now available in the Brazilian Portuguese language.

What’s new in 2002

Support for USB device redirection

This release supports generic USB device redirection on Chrome browsers (Version 61 and later) running on Chrome, Mac, and Linux operating systems. This feature is supported on sessions launched over secure HTTPS connections. This feature supports redirection of two USB devices simultaneously. For more information, see USB device redirection.

What’s new in 1912

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1911

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1910

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1909

Support for DPI scaling

Starting with this release, Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 supports DPI scaling for app and desktop sessions on a single monitor. It lets you set the VDA resolution on the monitors that have a high pixel ratio. When you set the resolution correctly on the VDA, blurry text becomes crisper. For more information about DPI scaling, see DPI scaling.

What’s new in 1908

Autoupdate support for Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 using HDX SDK for HTML5

Starting in this release, Citrix HDX SDK for HTML5 enhances the setPath API to consume the latest build of Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 from the Content Delivery Network (CDN). This enhancement allows Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 to run on the latest version seamlessly. For existing HDX SDK for HTML5 users, change citrix.receiver.setPath in the customer code to use the latest version from the CDN. For new users, the setPath API provides the option by default. For more information, see HDX SDK for HTML5.

Change in the URL to view the log page

The URL to view the log page for Citrix Workspace app 1907 for HTML5 and earlier is changed now. The new URL to view the log page is siteurl/Clients/HTML5Client/src/SessionWindow.html#engineType=log, where siteurl is the URL of the Citrix Receiver for Web site <http://server.domain/Citrix/StoreWeb>. For more information, see To view Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 logs by navigating to the log page.

What’s new in 1907

Support for copy and paste between a remote session and a local device

In earlier versions, you had to use the toolbar to perform copy and paste operations between the session and your client device. Starting in this release, you can use the Ctrl C and Ctrl V hotkeys (for Windows or Chrome operating systems) and CMD C and CMD V hotkeys (for Mac operating system) to copy and paste. For more information, see Enhanced clipboard experience.

What’s new in 1906

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1905

Support for copy and paste between a remote session and a local device - Experimental feature

In earlier versions, you had to use the toolbar to perform copy and paste operations between the session and your client device. Starting in this release, as an experimental feature, you can now use the Ctrl C and Ctrl V hotkeys to copy and paste.

What’s new in 1904

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1902.1

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1902

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1901

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1811.3

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1811.2

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1811

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1809.1

Support for file downloads using the Safari browser

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 supports downloading files on a MacBook using the Safari browser.

Improved network throughput for graphics over high latency connections

The default number of ICA output buffers that are used to send and receive data has been raised. This change provides improved network throughput performance even on high latency connections.

What’s new in 1809

Support for application and desktop titles in parentheses

Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 supports displaying titles of the applications and desktops in parentheses (for example, VDA(1) and VDA(2)) in the browser tab. For more information, see Get started.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 2109

  • In multi-monitor sessions, you might not be able to paste using the Ctrl + V shortcut key in the extended monitor. The issue occurs when you minimize the primary monitor. [RFHTMCRM-5789]
  • Attempts to copy more than 10 MB worth of text from your local device to your virtual desktop and app session might fail. [RFHTMCRM-5831]

Fixed issues in 2108.2

  • Trying to print documents using the Citrix PDF printer might fail. For more information, see PDF printing. [RFHTMCRM-5157, CVADHELP-17340]
  • Applications launched inside the virtual desktop and app on a Chromebook might display visual artifacts. [CVADHELP-17805]
  • You can’t type characters in Notepad in Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 sessions launched in Mozilla Firefox on a MacBook. [RFHTMCRM-5406]
  • On iOS devices, you can type only English language characters in sessions opened using Apple Safari browsers through the Linux VDA. Attempts to type other supported language characters such as CJK, Russian, and accented characters such as in Spanish and French don’t work. [RFHTMCRM-5195]
  • You might see rectangular blocks across the screen while using certain apps like Microsoft Excel. The issue might occur in sessions running on earlier VDA versions. [RFHTMCRM-5482]
  • When you press the Ctrl + A, Ctrl + C, Ctrl +V, or Ctrl + X keys while using CJK languages, indefinite strings of characters appear, such as “aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.” The issue occurs with sessions running on the Linux VDA. [RFHTMCRM-5114]
  • With the Legacy graphics policy enabled, sessions running on Microsoft Windows might display visual artifacts. The issue occurs with VDA versions 7.6 through 7.15. [RFHTMCRM-5521]

Fixed issues in 2106

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 2105.6

On devices running iOS 14 versions, when you open the Chrome browser and tap the keyboard icon in the toolbar, the keyboard doesn’t appear. We recommend that you upgrade both Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 to version 21.5.6 and iOS to version 14.4 or later. [RFHTMCRM-5279]

Fixed issues in 2105.5

  • When using a published app that is able to print using the Print Screen key in a client session, pages print twice. [RFHTMCRM-5085, CVADHELP-17119]
  • Attempts to completely disable CEIP (Customer Experience Improvement Program) in cloud environments are unsuccessful. [CVADHELP-1741]

Fixed issues in 2103

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 2101.5

  • When you attempt to print a PDF from a remote session, the file might open in a new tab instead of the same tab. The issue occurs with the Chromium Edge browser. This fix provides an enhanced PDF printing experience. [RFHTMCRM-4749]

Fixed issues in 2101

  • In scenarios where a VDA is configured with a NVIDIA GPU, with hardware encoding enabled, a black screen might appear when the session runs in full-screen mode. Also, videos might not render when the selective H.264 graphic mode is enabled through For actively changing regions policy. [RFHTMCRM-4589]

  • When you open Gesture Guide in an application or a desktop session launched through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, user interface details might be exposed. [RFHTMCRM-4597]

Fixed issues in 2011

  • When you launch a session from a Linux VDA through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, the mouse cursor might not be rendered correctly within the session. For this fix to work, you must launch a session from Linux VDA 2012 or later. For more information, see Linux VDA bug ID LNXVDA-9074. [RFHTMCRM-4437]

Fixed issues in 2010.6

  • When you launch an application through a Linux VDA, the application might overlap with the App Switcher taskbar. As a result, you cannot use control options because they are hidden behind the App Switcher taskbar. [RFHTMCRM-4439]

Fixed issues in 2010.5

  • On a Chrome or an Edge browser, when you attempt to launch a session through the HDX SDK for HTML5, event listeners might not be called properly. The issue occurs when extensions such as Grammarly are installed on the browser. [RFHTMCRM-3848]

  • This fix supports:

  • Disabling the High DPI onboarding dialog.
  • Sending the correct work area when the High DPI scaling is enabled for app sessions.

    [RFHTMCRM-3938]

  • When you connect to an app session launched through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, the Adjusting Screen Resolution message appears with a spinning circle. [RFHTMCRM-3948]

Fixed issues in 2010

  • When you launch an application through a Linux VDA, the application might get cut off and overlap with the App Switcher taskbar. [RFHTMCRM-3816]

  • When you launch a session using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, your device might exhibit poor bandwidth. [RFHTMCRM-3821]

  • Attempts to launch a session using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 on the cloud might fail. The issue occurs when the store takes more than 30 seconds to fetch an ICA file, resulting in a timeout. With this fix, the session time-out after three minutes. [RFHTMCRM-3845]

Fixed issues in 2009

  • Audio playback might unexpectedly stop working in a session. To work around the issue, reconnect the session. [CVADHELP-15186]

  • Attempts to launch applications might fail. The issue occurs when you connect to a cloud store enabled with Citrix Gateway service by using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5. [RFHTMCRM-3530]

  • Attempts to launch a session using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 on a Safari browser might fail. The issue occurs on devices running a macOS Big Sur update. [RFHTMCRM-3825]

Fixed issues in 2007

This release addresses few issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 2006

  • In a session launched through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, the icon of a published application might appear incorrectly on the taskbar. The issue occurs with Chrome browsers. [RFHTMCRM-3150]

  • On an iPad, the virtual keyboard might appear on every touch in a remote session. [RFHTMCRM-3414]

  • If you attempt to copy and paste content that contains more than 10,000 words, a session might become unresponsive. [RFHTMCRM-3450]

Fixed issues in 2005

  • Touch functionalities might not work in sessions that are launched on hybrid touch screen devices. [RFHTMCRM-3188]

  • After you launch a session from the Linux VDA through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, attempts to print a document by clicking the Print button fail with the following message: Cannot print PDF. [RFHTMCRM-3260]

  • On an Android device, if you launch a session and then zoom in or out, the session might not pan. The issue occurs with Chrome browsers. [RFHTMCRM-3342]

  • When you attempt to print a document using the Citrix PDF printer, the PDF might fail to open in a new tab through the blob URL. The issue occurs with sessions that are launched through the HDX SDK for HTML5 and that are launched through StoreFront with enhanced printing disabled. This issue is observed on the latest version of the Firefox (76) browser. [RFHTMCRM-3359]

Fixed issues in 2004

  • Attempts to type an open square bracket ([) in a session launched from Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 might fail. The issue occurs with Mozilla Firefox. [RFHTMCRM-3116]

  • In an HTML5 session, an initial attempt to print a file using the Citrix PDF printer might fail. Subsequent attempts to print in the same session also fail. The issue occurs if you launch the session through a Chrome or Firefox browser in guest mode or after clearing the cache. The issue occurs with a cloud store. [RFHTMCRM-3177]

  • When you use Safari on macOS, attempts to play audio within a session might fail. [RFHTMCRM-3227]

  • When you attempt to print a document using the Citrix PDF printer, the content in the document might appear blurry. The printResolution value defaults to 150 in order to improve the resolution. For crisper content, you can change the value of printResolution in the configuration.js file to 300 or 600 according to your requirement:

     'pdfPrinting' :
    
     {
         'directPrint' :
    
             {
    
                 'printResolution' :150
    
             }
    
    }
    
     <!--NeedCopy-->
    

    [RFHTMCRM-3266]

  • Attempts to launch a session might fail. The issue occurs after you install some third-party applications (ad blockers) that are used to block advertisements. [RFHTMCRM-3279]

  • After you press Ctrl+Alt+Delete within a session, the keyboard and the mouse might not work as expected. [CVADHELP-13217]

Fixed issues in 2002

This release addresses few issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1912

  • Attempts to launch sessions might fail on touch screen devices. [RFHTMCRM-3109]

Fixed issues in 1911

  • When you attempt to launch a session in private browsing mode on the Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge browser, the session might fail to launch. [RFHTMCRM-3039]

Fixed issues in 1910

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1909

  • When you use the Korean Input Method Editor (IME) to input the characters dkdk, the keystrokes are incorrectly interpreted after you input the last character k. The issue occurs when you use the Firefox and the Internet Explorer browsers. [LD1614]

  • Attempts to launch sessions might fail if the uBlock extension is added to the browser. [RFHTMCRM-2998]

Fixed issues in 1908

This release addresses few issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1907

  • When you select the Citrix PDF printer to print a blank PDF file, the message Getting PDF File displays indefinitely. The issue occurs on the Chrome and Firefox browsers with XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR CU2 installed. Subsequent print operations fail until you restart the session. [RFHTMCRM-2667]

Fixed issues in 1906

  • The desktop app switcher is disabled, and you launch the application sessions using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5. You then enable the desktop app switcher by navigating to the Toolbar > Switch apps > Show taskbar, and maximize and minimize the app. When you click the desktop app switcher icon to bring the app to focus, the desktop app switcher is hidden. [RFHTMCRM-2767]

  • Attempts to enter a backslash in an HTML5 session that you launch through a Firefox browser might fail. [RFHTMCRM-2777]

  • When you select the Citrix PDF printer to print a PDF file, the message Getting PDF File displays indefinitely. The issue occurs on the Chrome and Firefox browsers when you print the file inside the session with Citrix Gateway logged off. [RFHTMCRM-2789]

Fixed issues in 1905

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1904

  • When you open a session that is a fixed size through the HTML5 HDX SDK and then change the resolution by setting autoresize: true to auto fit to the browser, the session might not resize. [RFHTMCRM-2571]

  • With this fix, Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 supports localization in the Dutch language. [RFHTMCRM-2663]

  • When you open a Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 session in a browser on a mobile device and use the display resolution dialog box to change the resolution to a fixed value that is larger than the mobile screen size, the session might not pan. [RFHTMCRM-2712]

  • When you use the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) and press the Spacebar or the Shift key along with the Spacebar, the space does not appear as an input. The issue occurs when you use the Internet Explorer 11 or Firefox browsers. [LD1343]

Fixed issues in 1902.1

  • Attempts to print documents using the Citrix PDF printer in the Chrome and Firefox browsers might fail. The issue occurs for sessions that are launched through the HTML5 HDX SDK. [RFHTMCRM-2630]

Fixed issues in 1902

This release addresses several issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1901

  • When you attempt to click Multimonitor in the toolbar, the multi-monitor mode might not work. The issue occurs when the sessions are launched using the HTML5 HDX SDK. [RFHTMCRM-2575]

  • Time zone redirection might not work for certain time zones when using the Chrome browser. The issue occurs when observing daylight savings time and the time zone in the session doesn’t match the time zone on the endpoint. [LD0289]

Fixed issues in 1811.3

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1811.2

This release addresses some issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1811

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1809.1

This release addresses various issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1809

  • When you start a YouTube video in full-screen mode from a published application that is connected to a Linux VDA 1808, HTML5 might display the following error message: General error: To resolve this issue, please report this error to your help desk. [RFHTMCRM-2407]

  • If you open Microsoft Internet Explorer on an iPad using Citrix Receiver for HTML5 and attempt to open the soft keyboard on an iPad, the webpage zooms in. However, you must manually zoom out the webpage after closing the soft keyboard. [LC9838]

Fixed issues in 1808

Version 18.8.1.4043

  • The LongCommandLine path to the VDA might be formed incorrectly if the path has LongCmdLine parameters. [RFHTMCRM-2413]

Version 1808

  • With SmartControlPolicy policy enabled, the Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 might fail to connect to Linux VDA through NetScaler Gateway 12.0 and later versions. [RFHTMCRM-2349]

Known issues

Known issues in 2109

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2108.2

When Use Video Codec for Compression is set to For the Entire Screen in Citrix Studio, a multi-monitor session might render incorrectly. We recommend changing the setting to Use when preferred in multi-monitor sessions. [RFHTMCRM-5523]

Known issues in 2106

Applications launched inside the virtual desktop might display visual artifacts. [CVADHELP-17805]

Known issues in 2105.6

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2105.5

  • The input of the first character might not appear exactly at the location of the workspace session’s cursor position. [RFHTMCRM-4909]
  • When a CJK Generic Client IME user single-clicks a cell to type in Microsoft Excel, the Candidate and Composition Window UI might not appear at the focus position. As a workaround, double-click the cell. [RFHTMCRM-5185]

Known issues in 2103

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2101.5

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2101

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2011

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2010.5

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2010

  • When you reconnect to an application session, the bottom of the application might get partially cut off or hidden behind the App Switcher taskbar. The application is displayed correctly when you resize the session. [RFHTMCRM-3892]

Known issues in 2009

  • In multi-monitor mode, screen corruption might be observed intermittently. The issue occurs when you drag applications. The issue occurs with XenDesktop 7.6 VDAs running Windows 2012 R2. [RFHTMCRM-3550]

  • With legacy graphics mode enabled (for example, in XenApp 6.5) in multi-monitor mode, screen corruption might occur. [RFHTMCRM-3586]

Known issues in 2007

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2006

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2005

  • On an Android device, attempts to fetch the soft keyboard using a three finger tap might fail. The issue occurs with Chrome browsers. [RFHTMCRM-3358]

  • On a Microsoft Edge (Chromium version) or Google Chrome browser, when you attempt to print a document using the Citrix PDF printer, the PDF might open in a new tab and the tab closes immediately. The issue occurs after you install a third-party application (for example, ad blocker) on the browser. The issue occurs with sessions that are launched through the HDX SDK for HTML5 and that are launched through StoreFront with enhanced printing disabled. [RFHTMCRM-3360]

  • When you attempt to print a document using the Citrix PDF printer, the PDF might fail to open in a new tab through the blob URL. The issue occurs with sessions that are launched through the HDX SDK for HTML5 and that are launched through StoreFront with enhanced printing disabled. The following issues can be observed:
  • On a Chrome browser, a new tab opens. The PDF is rendered in the upper part of the screen. Only a quarter of the PDF is visible. But the PDF can be downloaded and printed.
  • On a Firefox browser, a new tab opens. The PDF is not rendered and a blank page appears. This issue is observed on the latest version of the Firefox (76) browser and on Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 version 2004 and earlier.

    [RFHTMCRM-3361]

Known issues in 2004

  • Touch functionalities might not work in sessions that are launched on hybrid touch screen devices. [RFHTMCRM-3188]

  • After you launch a session from the Linux VDA through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5, attempts to print a document by clicking the Print button fail with the following message: Cannot print PDF. [RFHTMCRM-3260]

  • Attempts to play an audio file using Google Chrome browser v 79 in a session launched from Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 might fail.

    For more information, see Google bug ID 1007255.

    [RFHTMCRM-3327]

Known issues in 2002

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1912

  • When you launch mstsc.exe in full screen mode in a remote session, the AppSwitcher taskbar running on Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 might overlap the remote desktop window. [CVADHELP-12522]

Known issues in 1911

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1910

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1909

  • In certain scenarios, the connecting screen might remain stuck when there is a network disruption. No error message appears, and you cannot perform any action. As a workaround, relaunch the session. [RFHTMCRM-2956]

Known issues in 1908

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1907

When you select the Disable Copy Confirmation option in the Preferences dialog, the Display Resolution button might overlap the Preferences dialog in non-English language environments. [RFHTMCRM-2918]

Known issues in 1906

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1905

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1904

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1902.1

  • The audio is playing on the VDA. When you start a session, the audio that is already playing might not be heard until you click anywhere within the session. The issue occurs for sessions that are launched through the HTML5 HDX SDK. The HTML5Client originates somewhere else. [RFHTMCRM-2659]

Known issues in 1902

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1901

  • Attempts to print documents using the Citrix PDF printer in Chrome and Firefox browsers might fail. The issue occurs for sessions that are launched through the HTML5 HDX SDK.

    As a workaround, set supportedBrowsers to false in the configuration.js file:

     'pdfPrinting' : {
                       'directPrint' : {
                                        'supportedBrowsers':true
                                                                'IE':false
                 }
             }
     <!--NeedCopy-->
    

    When you use the preceding workaround and attempt to print a PDF, a Continue print dialog appears, prompting your confirmation to print. [RFHTMCRM-2592]

Known issues in 1811.3

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1811.2

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1811

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1809.1

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1809

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1808

Version: 18.8.1.4043

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Version: 1808

No new issues have been observed in this release.

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