Since the Citrix programs being displayed through Citrix are running from a Windows operating system we'll need to make adjustments for the Mac. Certain keys may have the same name but completely different functions.
Below you can see the equivalent for some of the more common windows shortcuts.
Character keys refer to any key that inputs a character. Special keys are keys such as Ctrl, Alt, or Shift.
|Windows key or key combination||Mac equivalents|
Command–Option–character key (for example, to send Alt-C, use Command-Option-C)
Option–special key (for example, Option-Tab)
Command–Option–special key (for example, Command-Option-Tab)
Command–character key (for example, Command-C)
Control–character key (for example, Control-C)
Control–special key (for example, Control-F4)
Command–special key (for example, Command-F4)
|Ctrl/Alt/Shift/Windows logo + function key||
Choose Keyboard > Send Function key > Control/Alt/Shift/Command-Function key
Control-Option-Fn-Delete (on MacBook keyboards)
Choose Keyboard >Send Ctrl-Alt-Del
Choose Keyboard > Send Key > Delete
Fn-Backspace (Fn-Delete on some US keyboards)
Choose Keyboard > Send Key > Escape
|F1 to F12||
F1 to F12
Choose Keyboard > Send Function Key > F1 to F12
Choose Keyboard > Send Key > Insert
Choose Keyboard > Send Key > Space
Choose Keyboard > Send Key > Tab
|Windows logo||Right Command key (a keyboard preference, enabled by default)
Choose Keyboard > Send Windows Shortcut > Start
|Key combination to display charms||Choose Keyboard > Send Windows Shortcut > Charms|
|Key combination to display app commands||Choose Keyboard > Send Windows Shortcut > App Commands|
|Key combination to snap apps||Choose Keyboard > Send Windows Shortcut > Snap|
|Key combination to switch apps||Choose Keyboard > Send Windows Shortcut > Switch Apps|
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