For USB X-Keys FAQ please click here.
For PS/2 X-Keys FAQ please click here.
If you need help getting the X-keys Foot Pedal working with InqScribe software, please click here for step by step instructions.
If you need help getting the X-keys Foot Pedal working with CourtSmart software, please click here for step by step instructions.
X-keys MacroWorks 3 for all USB X-keys
Our free software supporting all of our X-keys USB devices on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. Download it here.
Watch our tutorials for basic programming instructions here: MW3 Tutorials.
The most common problem we encounter with the PS/2 X-keys is people looking for software to use with it. The PS/2 X-keys simply records keystrokes from the keyboard. No software is needed. Instructions for programming your PS/2 X-keys are found on the back (Desktop and Professional models) or in this manual: manxkps2.pdf
Another common problem is not having a keyboard plugged into the PS/2 X-keys. The PS/2 X-keys must have a PS/2 keyboard connected for programming.
X-keys USB devices support mouse commands in MacroWorks 3. Select a key to program and pick the mouse action from the Function list labeled Mouse.
X-keys PS/2 devices can be used to trigger mouse commands in Windows Accessibility Options. For a basic tutorial on setting up your X-keys to trigger Accessibility Options, click here: wamouse.pdf.
Programming Switch Locations
To see the location of the programming switch on our various devices, please visit our Programming Switch Page.
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