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Accessing Citrix Based Apps Using Mac OS - X ..... More Info Coming Soon

First Go to Citrix Web Site: CITRIX For MAC

  • Click on DOWNLOAD.
  • Click on Clients
  • Click on MAC OS-X.
  • Click on MAC OS X VERSION 7.00.406 English which is under Mac OS x.
  • After download extract file.


    Open Your Macintosh HD

    Inside Macintosh HD look for citrix files and doubl click to open

    MacICA_OSX 3.dmg

    Opening MacICA_OSX 3.dmg will create an icon called CITRIX ICA CLIENT and you will find it next to Macintosh HD, and Network Icon.

    Click on Citrix ICA Client to get the next FOLDER called Citrix ICA Client

  • Click on Citrix client Folder and you will see the next three files, and may be one folder.
  • Click on CITRIX ICA CLIENTS EDITOR

    The following link can be accessed from MAC Computer with Safari Browser only.

    Undestanding How to setup Citrix Editor and Citrix Client


    Few Things Every Mac Geek Should Know - Information obtain from MAC/LIFE

    GUIDE TO KEYBOARD SYMBOLS

    KEY WHAT IT DOES

    ? Command (sometimes referred to as the "Apple key")
    ? Option
    ? Shift
    ? Control
    ? Escape

    TOP 6 HANDIEST OS X KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS KEY COMBO WHAT IT DOES

    Command-H Hides current app window (doesn't work in all apps, particularly Adobe apps, which often use a different key combo for Hide, but it works in all Apple software and many other popular apps).

  • Command-Shift-3 Snaps a screenshot of the entire screen.
  • Command-Shift-4 Brings up crosshairs so you can draw a box around just the part of the screen you want to capture. (If you press Tab or Space after Command-Shift-4, then click on the window, you'll get a clean shot of just that window, and nothing else.)
  • Command-Tab Lets you tab through open applications to choose another app to switch to.
  • Command-Spacebar Opens the Spotlight field without having to click its icon in the menubar.
  • Command-Option-Escape Lets you force-quit a misbehaving or stalled app.
  • OS X's command-line utility is called the Terminal. It can be a powerful tool for customizing the way your Mac behaves. Tinkering with the Terminal without a bit of background info isn't advisable; heed our warnings in our "25 Terminal Tips Every Mac User Should Know" before trying out these basic commands. To launch the Terminal, go to /Applications/Utilities/Terminal, and execute by pressing Return.

    FIVE TERMINAL COMMANDS EVERY MAC GEEK SHOULD KNOW

    KEY WHAT IT DOES

    defaults write com.apple.screencapture type JPG Changes the default OS X screen-capture format from PNG to JPG (you can also use GIF or PDF, if you prefer one of those formats).
    defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean YES
    then execute: killall Dock Disables the Dashboard.
    diskutil secureErase freespace 3 /Volumes/name-of-drive Securely erases data on the free space of a Mac hard drive called Macintosh HD (you would replace name-of-drive with the name of the drive you wish to erase, of course).
    defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool TRUE Makes all links in Safari open as separate tabs, not separate windows.
    defaults write com.apple.mail PreferPlainText -bool TRUE Forces Mail to display all messages as plain text.

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