VMware Horizon View HTML Access Web Client Help : Keyboards and Monitors

Keyboards and Monitors
When using non-English keyboards and locales, you must use certain settings in your client system, browser, and View desktop. Some languages require you to use an IME (input method editor) on the View desktop.
Keyboard Limitations
Regardless of the language used, some key combinations cannot be sent to the to a View desktop when you use HTML Access. Web browsers allow some key presses and key combinations to be sent to both the client and the destination system. For other keys and key combinations, the input is processed only locally and is not sent to the destination system. The key combinations that work on your system depend on the browser software, the client operating system, and the language settings.
The following keys and keyboard combinations often do not work:
Ctrl+Alt+any_key
Caps Lock+modifier_key (such as Alt or Shift)
Important
To input Ctrl+Alt+Del, use the Send Ctrl+Alt+Delete from the drop-down menu located at the right end of the client menu bar.
 
International Keyboards
With the correct local settings and input methods installed, you can input characters for the following languages: English, Japanese, French, German, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, and Korean.
Screen Resolution
If the View desktop has been configured with the correct amount of video RAM, the Web client can resize a View desktop to match the size of the browser window. The default configuration is 36MB of video RAM, which is comfortably more than minimum requirement of 16MB if you are not using 3D applications.
Important
To use the 3D rendering feature, you must allocate sufficient VRAM for each Windows 7 or later View desktop.
The hardware-accelerated graphics feature (vSGA), available with Horizon View 5.2 or later and vSphere 5.1 or later, allows you to use 3D applications for design, modeling, and multimedia. This feature requires 64MB to 512MB of VRAM. The default is 96MB.
When 3D rendering is enabled, the maximum number of monitors is 2 and the maximum resolution is 1920 x 1200. Estimating the amount of vRAM you need for HTML Access is similar to estimating how much vRAM is required for the PCoIP display protocol. For guidelines, see the section "RAM Sizing for Specific Monitor Configurations When Using PCoIP" of the topic "Estimating Memory Requirements for Virtual Desktops," in the VMware Horizon View Architecture Planning document.
 
If you have HTML Access 2.2 and use a browser that has a high pixel density resolution, such as a Macbook with Retina Display or a Google Chromebook Pixel, you can set the View desktop to use that resolution. Select the Toggle High Resolution Mode command from the drop-down menu located at the right end of the client menu bar. To display this menu bar, click the down-arrow on the tab at the top-center of the window.
HTML Access 2.2 also provides a Toggle Full Screen command from the drop-down menu.