|Holy pixels, Batman! – I’ve been waiting for this for the better part of four years (given that they never updated the Mac client in sync with the rest of their software), and am downloading it as soon as I get to the office. The Linux version, alas, is still the sucky one that requires Open Motif. Update: the README already says you can only do some things when logged in as an admin user. Bummer. When will these people learn to do Mac software?|
Update 2: Decided to install it on my home machine. What a pathetic piece of software – they added a piece of junk called “Dazzle” that turns application browsing into an iTunes-like experience (and is therefore more confusing than helpful), completely broke the Safari plugin (it registers itself as handling Quicktime movies, for crying out loud!), added a preference pane that doesn’t even load for me unless I open it first from my admin account, and only worked at all for me when I went to
/Library/Application Support/Citrix and manually started the client once to get it to register properly under my user account. As far as Citrix software goes, this is the worst client ever – it is a piece of shit, and it isn’t as if they didn’t have time to get it right.
I’m sticking to the old version until it’s obsoleted.
Update 3: I’ve been having some frank and interesting e-mail exchanges with Citrix folk, who acknowledged some of these issues and will be addressing them – such things being private, all I can say is that improvements are forthcoming. For the moment, I’ll probably cook up a shell script to run post-install and fix these things for me the next time I have to set up the 11.0 client.