Horizon Client includes additional features to help you use remote desktops and published applications on your local client device. Using the Unity Touch Sidebar with a Remote DesktopYou can quickly navigate to an application or file in a remote desktop from the Unity Touch sidebar. From this sidebar, you can open files and applications, switch between running applications, and minimize, maximize, restore, or close windows and applications in a remote desktop. Using the Unity Touch Sidebar with a Published ApplicationYou can quickly navigate to a published application from the Unity Touch sidebar. From this sidebar, you can start published applications, switch between running published applications, and minimize, maximize, restore, or close published applications. You can also switch to a remote desktop. Using the Horizon Client Tools on a Mobile DeviceOn a mobile device, the Horizon Client Tools include buttons for displaying the onscreen keyboard, virtual touchpad, configuration settings, and a virtual keypad for arrow keys and function keys. GesturesVMware has created user interaction aids to help you navigate conventional Windows user interface elements on a non-Windows device. Using Native Operating System Gestures with Touch RedirectionWith the touch redirection feature, you can use native operating system gestures from a touch-based mobile device in a remote desktop or published application. For example, you can touch, hold, and release an item on a Windows 8 remote desktop to display the item's context menu. Copying and Pasting Text and ImagesBy default, you can copy and paste from the iOS device to a remote desktop or published application. You can also copy and paste from a remote desktop or published application to the iOS device, or between two remote desktops or published applications, if a Horizon administrator enables these features. Supported file formats include plain text, images, and Rich Text Format (RTF). Dragging Text and ImagesIf you have an iPad that is running iOS 11 or later, you can drag text and images from the client device to a published application or an open application in a remote desktop. For example, you can drag text from Safari on the iPad and drop it into the WordPad application in a remote desktop. Both plain text and Rich Text Format (RTF) text are supported. Saving Documents in a Published ApplicationWith certain published applications, such as Microsoft Word or WordPad, you can create and save documents. Where these documents are saved depends on your company's network environment. For example, your documents might be saved to a home share mounted on your local computer. MultitaskingYou can switch between Horizon Client and other apps without losing a remote desktop or published application connection. Configure Horizon Client to Support Reversed Mouse ButtonsIf the primary and secondary mouse buttons are switched in a remote desktop, you can configure Horizon Client to support reversed mouse buttons. Suppress the Cellular Data Warning MessageWhen Horizon Client detects that you are using a cellular data connection, the Network Usage dialog box appears to notify you that your remote desktop or published application connection might use a substantial portion of your data plan.