Fixed issues

Fixed issues in Citrix Workspace app 1810 for Linux

Session/Connection

  • For certain time zones, an incorrect time for calendar appointments might be shown when using Versions 1808 or 1809 of Citrix Workspace app for Linux. [LD0467]

  • Attempts to send data from Citrix Receiver for Linux over a custom virtual channel might fail. [RFLNX-2288]

Fixed issues in Citrix Workspace app 1809 for Linux

Citrix Workspace app 1809 for Linux contains the following fix:

Session/Connection

  • When you attempt to start published applications, the wfica.exe process might exit unexpectedly. The issue occurs when multiple users share the Linux host where Citrix Receiver for Linux 13.10 is installed. [LD0176]

Fixed issues in Citrix Workspace app 1808 for Linux

Citrix Workspace app 1808 for Linux contains the following fixes:

Small Frames

  • When full-screen H264 encoding is enabled, the text carets on some applications such as the command prompt and text editors disappear. To mitigate this issue (until it is resolved in the Citrix Workspace app), small frames support - a feature of HDX “DeepCompressionV2” codec - is disabled on the VDA. [RFLNX-2172]

Networking

  • The udtMSS flag is enabled by default in the All_Regions.ini file to allow the Citrix Workspace app to honor the value set in StoreFront’s default.ica file. [RFLNX-2228]

Multi-monitor layout persistence

  • The authentication dialog box is hidden behind the full-screen session window when you click anywhere within the session without entering your credentials.

  • The desktop viewer that disappeared randomly on certain monitors appears fine now.

  • When you save a session on specific monitors, upon relaunch, the session spreads across all monitors.

  • When you purge user subscription details, the session fails to launch successfully.

  • When you click Save Layout, the session becomes unresponsive. This issue occurs when you launch multiple sessions from different instances of StoreFront that are configured with or without Save Layout support.