If you use Photoshop and Camera Raw together with Lightroom, head over to Jeffrey Tranberry’s article for instructions on how to verify that Photoshop and Camera Raw are up to date.
But hey, the website wasn’t designed for mobile devices anyhow.
Mobile devices should be using the mobile Receiver app.
I want to say the upgrade from 2.6 to 3.0 in the 2 environments I’ve done so far was actually very smooth. Snap In.dll” crashes: You MUST go to “Receiver for Web” and Disable Classic Receiver Experience first.
Very impressed with the Store Front Development team on this upgrade process and Store Front 3.0 as a whole! This is even recommended by Feng Huang in his What’s New in Store Front 3.0 article but the MMC crash is unexpected.
I prefer Server 2012 R2 for all newer Citrix products but sometimes you don’t control what environment your client has: Now go back to Stores and try to “Set Unified Experience as Default”. The file is no longer in the specified GUID folder because it was deleted by the Store Front 3.0 installer: Your logon and header logos might show “Citrix Store Front” after the upgrade: You’ll notice in the Console that is the default: Looks way different than 2.7, right?
It will come up with no issue and you can set the new experience: The desktop icon will break due to the installer changing (but the icon will still function normally). I love the simplification of the admin console from 2.7 to 3.0 for people who are not familiar with web architecture and 2x images/Retina Ready requirements. I’m not sure why the decision was made to change from the word “Receiver” to “Store Front” in 3.0 however.
Citrix is a company that pushes Mobility above all else and it’s mobile devices that are responsible for a lot of this. My website for example is Responsive, just drag the corner of your browser until your screen is the size of your phone.
You’ll notice you get the 3 lines and the navigation has shifted over to it making the website very touch friendly: If you try that with Store Front 3.0, this is what you get: Not exactly ideal.
Store Front is resizing the high res 2x logo you just set to a 1x image.
There are many different ways to resize an image and the method being used by Store Front is not as good as doing it in Photoshop manually using one of it’s algorithms (I typically use the default Bicubic but Bicubic Smoother or Sharper may work even better depending on what you’re doing). raster conversation if you have ever worked with print or web design.
Just send a new icon from your Start menu to the Desktop to fix it. If you are used to seeing Citrix Receiver with the classic Green Bubbles theme in both web and the Receiver app, all of a sudden seeing the word “Store Front” can be a little alarming to end users.