My Cognitech Cloud (MC2) supports gestures on touch-enabled iPads, Android tablets, and Windows devices. Examples of supported touch gestures include long-tap to right-click, swipe to scroll, pinch to zoom, and two-finger rotation for supporting applications.
To display the on-screen keyboard on an iPad or Android tablet, tap the keyboard icon on the MC2 toolbar. The keyboard icon turns blue, and you can use the on-screen keyboard to input text in the streaming application. Tap the keyboard icon again to hide the on-screen keyboard.
Tap the Fn icon to display a row of Windows-specific keys and keyboard shortcuts.
For touch-enabled devices, the remote keyboard, which is displayed when you tap the keyboard icon on the MC2 toolbar, is different than the local keyboard, the on-screen keyboard that a touch-enabled device automatically displays when you tap inside an input control in a locally running application. During MC2 streaming sessions, you can use the remote keyboard to input text into streaming applications only. You can display or hide the remote keyboard only by tapping the keyboard icon on the MC2 toolbar. A blue keyboard icon on the MC2 toolbar indicates that the remote keyboard is active.
You can use the local keyboard to input text into elements of the MC2 web portal, including the My Files dialog box. However, you can’t use this keyboard to input text into streaming applications. Also, you can’t display or hide it by using the keyboard icon on the MC2 toolbar.