VMware has created user interaction aids to help you navigate conventional Windows user interface elements on a non-Windows device.
As in other applications, you tap to click a user interface element.
The following options are available for right-clicking:
Use the Horizon Client Tools to display the regular virtual touchpad and use the touchpad's right-click button.
On a touch screen, tap with two fingers at nearly the same time. The right-click occurs where the first finger tapped.
On some devices, you can use an external mouse, such as a USB or Bluetooth mouse, to right-click.
Scrolling and Scrollbars
The following options are available for vertical scrolling.
On a touch screen, tap with one or two fingers and then drag to scroll. The text under your fingers moves in the same direction as your fingers.Important:
Scrolling with one finger has the following limitations: It does not work if you have zoomed in, or when the onscreen keyboard is displayed, or when you are using the full-screen touchpad.
Use the Horizon Client Tools to display the touchpad, tap the touchpad with two fingers, and then drag to scroll.
Use the onscreen touchpad to move the mouse pointer and click scroll bars.
Zooming In and Out
As in other applications, pinch your fingers together or apart to zoom on a touch screen.
If you use the full-screen touchpad to resize a window, touch and hold one finger at the corner or side of the window and drag to resize.
If you use the regular-size virtual touchpad, touch and hold the left-click button while dragging the corner or side of a window.
Sound, Music, and Video
If sound is turned on for your device, you can play audio in a remote desktop.
Using a Thin Client
How you interact with Windows user interface elements when Horizon Client is installed on a thin client depends on the thin client model and the external input device you are using with the thin client. For more information, see Using Horizon Client on a Thin Client.