You can hide all or part of the Advanced Preferences sheet available from the Citrix Receiver icon in the notification area. For more information, see Hiding the Advanced Preferences sheet.
Keyboard layout synchronization enables users to switch among preferred keyboard layouts on the client device. This feature is disabled by default.
To enable keyboard layout synchronization:
2. Click Save.
You can disable the feature by selecting No.
You can also enable and disable keyboard layout synchronization through the command line by running wfica32:exe /localime:on or wfica32:exe /localime:off from the Citrix Receiver for Windows installation folder (C:\program files (x86)\Citrix\ICA Client).
Note: Using the local keyboard layout option activates the Client IME (Input Method Editor). If users working in Japanese, Chinese or Korean prefer to use the Server IME, they must disable the local keyboard layout option by selecting No, or running wfica32:exe /localime:off. The session will revert to the keyboard layout provided by the remote server when they connect to the next session.
Sometimes, switching the client keyboard layout does not take effect in an active session. To resolve this issue, log off from Citrix Receiver for Windows and login again.
Starting with Version 4.11, you can choose to show or hide the remote language bar in an application session using the graphical user interface. The language bar displays the preferred input language in a session. In earlier releases, you might change this setting using only the registry keys on the VDA. Starting with Citrix Receiver for Windows Version 4.11, you can change the settings using the Advanced Preferences dialog in Citrix Receiver for Windows. The language bar appears in a session by default.
This feature is available in sessions running on VDA 7.17 and later.
You can hide the language bar tab from the Advanced Preferences sheet by using the registry.