You can configure a single-button Apple mouse to send a right-click and a middle-click to remote desktops and published applications. You can modify, enable, or disable the default mouse shortcut mappings. You cannot create mouse shortcut mappings, or delete the default mouse shortcut mappings.
- Select Keyboard & Mouse. and click
- Select the Mouse Shortcuts tab.
- Modify the mouse shortcut mappings.
Option Action Modify a mouse shortcut mapping Double-click the mapping and make your changes. To save your changes, click OK . Disable a mouse shortcut mapping Deselect the On check box next to the mouse shortcut mapping. When you disable a mouse shortcut mapping, Horizon Client does not send the mouse shortcut to the remote desktop or published application. Enable a mouse shortcut mapping Select the On check box next to the mouse shortcut mapping. When you enable a mouse shortcut mapping, Horizon Client sends the mouse shortcut to the remote desktop or published application. Restore the default settings Click Restore Defaults. Any changes that you made to the default mouse shortcut mappings are deleted and the default mappings are restored.
- Close the Preferences dialog box.
Your mouse shortcut mapping changes take effect immediately. You do not need to restart open remote desktops or published applications to make the changes take effect.