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What are people saying about Key Remapper 3 License Pack

Pascal COPPE Hi,
Is there any promotion for Key Manager ?
Sep 27 2012 at 6:32am Copy Link
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Danny This tool has a multi language interface as Dutch?
Sep 27 2012 at 7:33am Copy Link
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Retired Engineer I have some mouse-finger impairments, and have been working with Key Remapper (trial version) to assign mouse left-button double-click to a single keyboard keystroke. This will let me mouse over an icon which requires a double-click from my mouse hand, and execute this action with a *single* keystroke from my keyboard hand. (Unfortunately, mouse double-clicks are painful for me.) So far, all I've accomplished is locking-out the left mouse button, requiring a bit of keyboard hacking to uninstall/reinstall Key Remapper.

Could you please explain how to set up this mouse-to-key mapping?
Sep 27 2012 at 9:40am Copy Link
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Jan-Christoph Ihrens I'm also very interested in Key Manager. Will there be a promotion on BDJ in the near future?

Additionally, a feature comparison table for Key Manager and Key Remapper would be nice - I couldn't find one on the website.
Sep 27 2012 at 2:13pm Copy Link
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Danny One can still equal both products (Key Remapper + Key Manager) simultaneously in the listing of BDJ. Why hard about do? Other providers did it too!
Sep 27 2012 at 2:29pm Copy Link
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Jan-Christoph Ihrens @Danny Thys: Sorry, could you please reformulate that sentence? I'm afraid I'm unable to understand its meaning...
Sep 27 2012 at 2:56pm Copy Link
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Danny @Jan-Christoph Ihrens,

Key Manager is here to turn a few weeks ago!
Sep 27 2012 at 3:02pm Copy Link
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Jan-Christoph Ihrens Ah, thanks!

Well, how could I miss this one? I'm coming here to look for nice software every (or at least every second) day, but Key Manager obviously slipped my eyes. Too bad... :(
Sep 27 2012 at 3:33pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Q: This tool has a multi language interface as Dutch?

A: Key Remapper currently supports only English, Deutsch, French, Spanish, Italian and Russian.


Q: ... So far, all I've accomplished is locking-out the left mouse button, requiring a bit of keyboard hacking to uninstall/reinstall Key Remapper. Could you please explain how to set up this mouse-to-key mapping?

A: Please make sure that everything has been defined correctly (see screenshot: http://atnsoft.com/images..._click.png)


Q: Is there any promotion for Key Manager?

A: Planned for the future.


Q: Additionally, a feature comparison table for Key Manager and Key Remapper would be nice.

A: Key Remapper is intended only for remapping keyboard keys and mouse buttons. Key Manager, however, also allows you to remap combinations of keys and mouse buttons, long and consecutive presses. It also enables you to perform various actions and represent them as a popup menu.
ATNSOFT - Sep 27 2012 at 11:17pm Copy Link
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Stephane M @ATNSOFT, so if I already have Key Manager, I do not need Key Remapper.
Is that correct?
Thanks.
Sep 28 2012 at 12:11am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT The only advantage of Key Remapper is the ability to remap modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Win) and left mouse button.
ATNSOFT - Sep 28 2012 at 12:29am Copy Link
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Amit I would myself like to have the key manager deal. However in KEY MANAGER (mainly that I am concerned about, NOT KEY MAPPER) -

1) MOST IMPORTANTLY - IN key manager - is there any option of showing confirmations of any action we set either by a system tray notification / or sound alert / onscreendisplay OSD ?

If any of these 3 are not there, can they be included in a near future version - would be really what makes a software too good.

Other 2 not so important are -

2) - does remapping of any key or mouse button require a logoff or reboot or its just instant.

3) Also does key manager has any wizards to make the software easy to use as some other softwares ?
Sep 29 2012 at 2:05am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT 1) We will try to implement this feature in future releases.

2) Does not require.

3) Please try to understand the essence of Key Manager. One of the advantages of Key Manager (and also Key Remapper) - is its simplicity.
ATNSOFT - Sep 29 2012 at 2:37am Copy Link
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Danny Key Remapper tool is also present in Key Manager, is this?
Sep 30 2012 at 1:17am Copy Link
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Amit Ok thanks - to make clear what I meant in 1) - I wanted to suggest was like confirmation on any action PERFORMED - and not alert on the settings change etc or configuring key manager.

For eg. if volume is lowered by any set hotkey or any way by key manager - then If OSD onscreendisaplay or system tray mesage is shown.

And similarly for most of keymanager actions.

Key manager would be really good to use then.
Sep 30 2012 at 1:23am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Q: Key Remapper tool is also present in Key Manager, is this?

A: No, they are similar.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 1:26am Copy Link
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Danny Sorry, "similar" what should I means?
Sep 30 2012 at 1:33am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Key Remapper is intended only for remapping keyboard keys and mouse buttons. Key Manager, however, also allows you to remap combinations of keys and mouse buttons, long and consecutive presses. It also enables you to perform various actions and represent them as a popup menu.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 1:38am Copy Link
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Danny Okay, but then I had correctly understood it anyway: that Key Remapper actually also in Key Manager geintregeerd. So what Key Remapper can, it is also possible with Key Manager. Of course, Key Manager a more advanced version with many more features. Yet?
Sep 30 2012 at 1:44am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Yes, the only advantage of Key Remapper is the ability to remap modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Win) and left mouse button.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 1:49am Copy Link
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Danny So is Key Remapper, surely a possible addition to Key Manager? Seems to me yet again a bit confusing about it!
Sep 30 2012 at 1:57am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT If you already have Key Manager, you don't need to get Key Remapper, as it has practically the entire Key Remapper functionality.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 3:05am Copy Link
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Danny "The only difference is that Key Manager currently does not support remapping of modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Win etc)."


This answer I found at Key Manager tread. Is this yet?
Sep 30 2012 at 3:13am Copy Link
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Carlos Leite hi,

1. as I understood, I can reconfigure a US keyboard to a Russian one, is it correct?

2. does it have templates, like Dvorak mapping?

thanks,
Carlos
Sep 30 2012 at 4:12am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT 1. as I understood, I can reconfigure a US keyboard to a Russian one, is it correct?

No, Key Remapper allows you only to remap (keys and mouse buttons).
Examples:
Mouse X2 Button remap to LCtrl
CapsLock remap to Ctrl + V
Apps remap to Mouse Middle Button
[Only in Skype] RShift remap to Ctrl + Enter
etc.


2. does it have templates, like Dvorak mapping?

No, but there are profiles.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 4:46am Copy Link
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VLM 1. When you say "Key Manager, however, also allows you to remap combinations of keys", do you mean something like

ctrl-shift-q, alt-f, p

in other words, 3 distinct presses in a sequence?

2. Also, I do not really understand this: "The only advantage of Key Remapper is the ability to remap modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Win) and left mouse button." Would you be willing to explain briefly what this means?
Sep 30 2012 at 7:31am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT 1. When you say "Key Manager, however, also allows you to remap combinations of keys", do you mean something like ctrl-shift-q, alt-f, p 3 distinct presses in a sequence?

Please read the second comment: http://www.bitsdujour.com...ey-manager


2. Also, I do not really understand this: "The only advantage of Key Remapper is the ability to remap modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Win) and left mouse button." Would you be willing to explain briefly what this means?

In Key Manager you cannot remap:
Ctrl to Alt (remap modifier to some other key)

but you can remap:
Z to Ctrl;
Ctrl+Alt+Win+Z to Alt+F5
Ctrl+Mouse Left Button to Ctrl + F9
Shift + F5, 3, A, W (using popup menu) to Mouse X2 Button
RAlt, S, W to Launch MS Word
RAlt, S, P to Type Predefined Text
etc.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 9:10am Copy Link
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The Oneiros As far as differences are a concern, Key Remapper allows disabling individual actions, KM won't (unfortunately).
Plus it offers options to 'set a special trigger' and 'emulate a double press', which as far as I got I could not reproduce in KManager.

Right, ATNsoft?
Thanks for the offer, byt the way. Solid product with a clean interface.
Sep 30 2012 at 10:07am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Q: 'emulate a double press', which as far as I got I could not reproduce in KManager.

A: You can use the "Key sequence" action. See demo video: http://www.atnsoft.com/ke...oubleclick


Q: For some curious reason, I'd like to be able to remap combo keys (like alt+F4) to something else.
Is that possible, in a future update...?

A: Please use Key Manager.


Q: Key Manager allows remapping key combo but the 'key blocking' function does not block modifier keys. Blocking the win key would be everything such a function should deal with!
Anything planned on this field, ATNsoft?

A: Yes, we will try to implement this feature (including remapping of modifier keys) in future releases.
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 10:22am Copy Link
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Retired Engineer I have purchased and now use both Key Remapper and Key Manager. Given the amount of customer confusion I've read (which includes myself), I have a suggestion ... Why don't you just combine these two utilities into one? It is hard for me to imagine a customer who needs one of these, to not need the other.
Sep 30 2012 at 11:13am Copy Link
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Richard Andersen Is it possible to remap your keys to Dvorak layout, if you remap the keys physically on your keyboard?

Edit: I can see someone else has asked about a Dvorak template, which there isn't, but is it possible to do it yourself manually?

Edit2: It actually appears that many OS including Windows already have Dvorak support. Microsoft has made a Keyboard Layout Creator with which you can adapt the Windows Dvorak layout to any local keyboard standard. Check out wikipedia for more. Question is if you need an original Dvorak keyboard for this or if you just can remap the physical keys on your own?
Sep 30 2012 at 1:29pm Copy Link
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VLM What Retired Engineer suggests is what I've been thinking throughout this promotion. I'm sure there is some historical explanation as to why there are 2 products, but today, it seems they should be one. Then raise the price to USD 20.

Think of all the questions you'll never, EVER have to answer again!!! What a time saver ... for us all!!!

Just a thought, of course.
Sep 30 2012 at 5:02pm Copy Link
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Retired Engineer VLM:
Ordering both half-price specials from BitsDuJour would be US$22.50, which I is fair for a well-integrated combo utility. Documentation could also be much improved, as I'm still finding undocumented items in both UIs. (For Key Manager, under the "Long press" box, with a "2" in it, appears "tacts"; but I can't find out what "2 tacts" is. Can anyone on this board tell me?

With improvements to both the UI and Help System, I could probably be persuaded to pay US$25.00 for the combo. But, since I now own both, I don't need to. :)
Sep 30 2012 at 5:31pm Copy Link
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VLM Yes, I understand. I can only imagine that it would be MUCH easier to manage one integrated set of functionality than 2 distinct products that are so close in so many respects. And the time spent discussing which product is which might then be constructively invested in ... ON NO!!! ... documentation.

As a user, the very idea of having to learn and work through 2 UIs sounds quite unappealing.

But perhaps I wax philosophical. :)
Sep 30 2012 at 7:05pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Q: Is it possible to remap your keys to Dvorak layout, if you remap the keys physically on your keyboard?

A: Yes, it is possible.


Q: For Key Manager, under the "Long press" box, with a "2" in it, appears "tacts"; but I can't find out what "2 tacts" is. Can anyone on this board tell me?

A: 1 tact = 100 milliseconds
ATNSOFT - Sep 30 2012 at 11:10pm Copy Link
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Garrett Goyette I am looking for a utility that allows me to map ADDITONAL keyboards. I want to use my regular keyboard just the way it is, but i would like to add a spare usb0r even ps2 keyboard that i can completely remap with dedicated macros and shortcuts that i will additionally print out separate labels for . Is this possible with any of your software
Oct 1 2012 at 12:46am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT No, it is currently not possible. We will try to implement this feature in future versions.
ATNSOFT - Oct 1 2012 at 1:31am Copy Link
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bvssunnydale Hi, does this work by program, eg allowing me to redefine keymapping for Excel, then a different set for Wordperfect, etc.. And by this I mean does it allow it to do this simply by changing focus to each program? Thx.
Mar 17 2013 at 5:19am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Yes, you can use "Exceptions".
Please see the following screenshot: http://atnsoft.com/images/exceptions.jpg
ATNSOFT - Mar 17 2013 at 5:42am Copy Link
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garrett james I would love to have multiple keyboards plugged in simultaneously where the second keyboard is remapped so i can use as a macro keyboard but still use the first keyboard completely normally. Can your software allow or facilitate this?
Jun 17 2013 at 5:16pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT No, Key Remapper does not currently support this feature.
ATNSOFT - Jun 18 2013 at 12:44am Copy Link
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garrett james I am looking for software that will allow me to use multiple separate keyboards simultaneously.
First one, basically a normal keyboard
Second keyboard: total custom for all my macros and scripts.

Can your program do this? If not, please consider this a wish list.

Thanks
Feb 20 2014 at 1:09am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT We are already working on this feature, and we have some success in that. We will try to implement it in future versions.
ATNSOFT - Feb 20 2014 at 8:53pm Copy Link
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Hariharasudhan Reghuraman What is the difference between Key Manager and Key Remapper ?

Thanks,
Feb 22 2014 at 12:31am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Key Manager is a more functional version of Key Remapper and Text Paster.
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 12:50am Copy Link
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Hariharasudhan Reghuraman So does Key Manager has all the features of Key Remapper and Text Paster ?
Feb 22 2014 at 1:04am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Yes, it has the all features of Key Remapper and Text Paster except the remapping – "On press/On release" (Key Remapper).
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 1:31am Copy Link
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g harris Can your program(s) do this?

In Paint (mspaint.exe) ONLY!: middle-click hold-and-drag to scroll, both horizontally and vertically
by moving the mouse in either direction (might need to release the middle button and re-press
when changing directions --

this will be like the hand-icon drag-to-scroll in Adobe Acrobat, or in a browser.

I want this done in Paint ONLY, so that it doesn't break M-click functionality in other apps.

Thank You
Feb 22 2014 at 2:51am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Yes, it is possible. Please see the following screenshot:
http://atnsoft.com/images..._paint.jpg
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 3:22am Copy Link
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g harris Thanks for your quick reply, and for making the screencap!

So I understand ... 1st, you've assigned LCtrl + Mouse Left Button to do a hand-grab-scroll type action
(or just .... drag-scroll), then your assign Mouse Middle Button to replace the 1st assignment?

Secondly .... do the coding requirements make it necessary to even perform that 1st assignment?

Third .... which app is recommended to do this .... or both? Thx again
Feb 22 2014 at 3:42am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Yes, just remapping: "Mouse Middle Button" to "Ctrl + Mouse Left Button".
No coding required. You can apply the remapping to multiple applications (using Exceptions (the "Apply" field in Key Remapper)).
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 3:57am Copy Link
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Phred E For the life of me, I can't understand those designers who don't recognise that from the time of the first IBM PC AT keyboard, the key under the palm of the left hand in the front corner has been the Ctrl key - yet they go ahead and interfere with our muscle memory and put Fn keys there.
Can your program re-assign keys like the Fn* keys to somewhere more sensible?
*and their children, perhaps..
Thx.
Feb 22 2014 at 10:04am Copy Link
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misho I have been using the Key Manager for 2 years now and it is a great product. You have great flexibility and the productivity increases enormously. I just bought the business license for today's offering to support the company. Do this too and you won't be sorry.

Cheers,
Feb 22 2014 at 10:16am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Phred E, some models of laptops and specialized keyboards have keys with hardcoded functions, which makes them hard to identify and remap. You can try the trial version.
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 7:08pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT Dear customer, Michelle (from California), could you please fix your email account. We cannot deliver the registration data to you. Your email account is overquota. The phone number you provided is unreachable as the number has been disconnected.
ATNSOFT - Feb 22 2014 at 8:44pm Copy Link
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VLM ATNSOFT -

1. During a previous promotion of Key Remapper, you wrote:

"Q: Key Manager allows remapping key combo but the 'key blocking' function does not block modifier keys. Blocking the win key would be everything such a function should deal with!
Anything planned on this field, ATNsoft?

A: Yes, we will try to implement this feature (including remapping of modifier keys) in future releases.

Is this now implemented in Key Manager?
_____
2. In a previous promotion, you wrote "1 tact = 100 milliseconds".

I've searched a bit and cannot draw a conclusion ... is a "tact" a standard unit of time, or something you use only in your product(s)?
_____
3. during the current promotion, you wrote: "Yes, it has the all features of Key Remapper and Text Paster except the remapping – "On press/On release" (Key Remapper).

Could you given an example of how/why someone might want this functionality?

Thanks!
Feb 23 2014 at 6:36am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT 1. We have already implemented this feature in Key Manager v1.8.
2. We use it only in our products.
3. For example, some specific keys do not send the "released" event.

Thank you very much!
ATNSOFT - Feb 23 2014 at 7:12am Copy Link
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VLM ATNSOFT -

1. Good, thank you.
2. Good, thank you.
3. I think I understand the concept, but would you be willing to provide one or two specific examples where someone might try this, and succeed or fail? Thank you!
Feb 24 2014 at 2:29am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT 3. For example, you may want to disable auto-repeat on a certain key. Or have a certain key only work on release.
ATNSOFT - Feb 24 2014 at 4:22am Copy Link
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Phred E Just FYI, I've tried to accept your offer but payproglobal is making a fine nuisance of themselves by asking for the baptismal name my parents gave me, plus some unspecified 'other personal information'. I have a valid PayPal account that I've signed in to, but no go.
Fewer and fewer people are wanting to use private names on the internet; even here in The Conversation. You too, ATNSOFT.
Any idea of why they're stopping your making sales?
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VLM ATNSOFT - Thank you, that's a very clear example illustrating the functionality. As to which product has what ... are you saying that Key Remapper CAN send the press/release command to disable auto-repeat but that Key Manager cannot?
Feb 25 2014 at 2:44am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT We mean – remap on press/on release. Key Manager does not support this feature. We apologize for the confusion.
ATNSOFT - Feb 25 2014 at 3:26am Copy Link
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Phred E It could have been an interesting purchase, but if you won't accept my money...
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Garry Camps can you please tell me more about the differences between home and business licenses. does the business license have any more or different functions compared to the home license ?. does the program use hardware fingerprinting because i am a gamer and often change components of my system to play games better, eg different grpahics card, more ram or bigger hard drive to name a few.
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ATNSOFT @Garry Camps
Q: can you please tell me more about the differences between home and business licenses. does the business license have any more or different functions compared to the home license?

A: There are no differences between home and business licenses.


Q: Does the program use hardware fingerprinting because i am a gamer and often change components of my system to play games better, eg different grpahics card, more ram or bigger hard drive to name a few.

A: It does not use any hardware fingerprinting.
ATNSOFT - Sep 19 2014 at 10:02am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @VLM
Q: I just want to be very clear ... Key Ramapper (and Key Manager) do not change the underlying keystrokes from the point of view of the OS or any application. Rather, then enable a user to specify surrogate keystrokes, which the software than transforms into the matching entry expected by the OS or application. Is this correct?

A: It changes from the point of view of the OS and applications.
For instance, you can globally replace (remap) the Win key by the "Left Mouse Button".
ATNSOFT - Sep 19 2014 at 10:06am Copy Link
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VLM I just want to be very clear ... Key Ramapper (and Key Manager) do not change the underlying keystrokes from the point of view of the OS or any application. Rather, then enable a user to specify surrogate keystrokes, which the software than transforms into the matching entry expected by the OS or application. Is this correct?
Sep 19 2014 at 11:33am Copy Link
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Roderick Nicolson Which is it please?

"Key Remapper Home License (2 computers, 2 home licenses) ($12.48)"
or
"One home license grants you the right to install the program on one computer."
"Each license allows installation on 1 computer."

You have given conflicting information and are holding me, perhaps others, up on deciding to buy.

Please answer. Only 4.40 hours left.

Thanks
Sep 19 2014 at 7:21pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @Roderick Nicolson

We are sorry for the confusion.
The text should be:
Key Remapper 2 Home Licenses (2 computers) ($12.48)
Key Remapper 2 Business Licenses (2 computers) ($17.48)
ATNSOFT - Sep 19 2014 at 7:53pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @VLM

We can not understand what do you mean by saying: "Rather, then enable a user to specify surrogate keystrokes, which the software than transforms into the matching entry expected by the OS or application."
ATNSOFT - Sep 19 2014 at 7:58pm Copy Link
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Roderick Nicolson Many thanks for your answer. Looks like I'm in.
Sep 19 2014 at 10:46pm Copy Link
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VLM Okay, I'll try to be more clear this time. :)

Suppose application X has built-in shortcut shift-ctrl-alt-f for some function. Now, I use Key Remapper (or Key Manager) to remap that shortcut to win-=, alt-f, p. (I realize the example seems absurd. :)

Does Key Remapper/Manager somehow tell application X that its shortcut, shift-ctrl-alt-f, has been changed to win-=, alt-f, p? Or does KR/M recognize that application X is active, receive the new shortcut win-=, alt-f, p at the keyboard, then translate that into the shift-ctrl-alt-f that application X was awaiting and send shift-ctrl-alt-f through to application X?

And, I hope that's more clear! :) Thanks for your patience.
Sep 20 2014 at 12:55am Copy Link
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Michael R. Is it possible to remap two sequencial key usages to another sequence?
Example:
pressing CTRL-k + b => ....
pressing CTRL-k + k => ....

i.e. after pressing CTRL-k nothing happens yet and KR waits for another key to decide, into what to remap...

[Btw. CTRL-K+b/k are not entire fictive, they are used in Borland's editor to mark a block's start/end. Unfortunately another editor I use (HippoEdit) and probably most other editors too can' t be configured in a way, that I can map TWO these two key-actions into one functionality. So this tool would be the solution...]
Apr 22 2015 at 1:47am Copy Link
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Ela S. Does it works within Office 2013 - eg changing bold letters with STRG+B?
Apr 22 2015 at 3:35am Copy Link
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Michael R. Yet another question:

Is KeyRemapper a subset of KeyManager, i.e. is KeyManager able to define key-remapping program-dependent too?

If no, does it make sense (and does it work fine), to run both programs at the same time?
Apr 22 2015 at 5:48am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @Michael R.:

Q: Is it possible to remap two sequencial key usages to another sequence? Example: pressing CTRL-k + b => ....

A: No, it is not possible. You can use Key Manager.


Q: Is KeyRemapper a subset of KeyManager, i.e. is KeyManager able to define key-remapping program-dependent too?

A: Key Manager is a different product. Key Manager – a more functional version of the program Key Remapper that, in addition to remapping keys and mouse buttons, has many other useful functions. For example, Key Manager allows you to remap combinations of keys and mouse buttons, key and mouse button sequences, and long presses (press and hold). You can show your actions in the form of pop-up menus that can be opened with hotkeys, record, edit, and execute macros (key sequences), position mouse cursor, type and paste text (including formatted text), instantly fill in forms on websites, launch programs, open websites (you can insert currently selected text into their address parameters), change the layout and case of selected text, manage the power settings of your monitor and computer, control the volume or set it at a certain level, move and resize windows, and much more.

More details about Key Manager:
http://atnsoft.com/keymanager


Q: Does it make sense (and does it work fine), to run both programs at the same time?

A: It doesn't make sense. If you just need to remap keys and mouse buttons – you can use Key Remapper. If you need more – remap key combinations, key sequenses, popup menus, macro ... (see above) – you can use Key Manager.
ATNSOFT - Apr 22 2015 at 10:57am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @ Ela S.:

Q: Does it works within Office 2013 - eg changing bold letters with STRG+B?

A: Yes, it does. You can remap, for example, F10 to Ctrl + B.
ATNSOFT - Apr 22 2015 at 11:05am Copy Link
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M_R In the description: You can also restrict remapping and blocking to specific programs and windows.

Is this a unique feature of KeyRemapper or is this possible in KeyManager (which was a former buy of me) too?
Apr 22 2015 at 9:25pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @ Michael Rothmeier:

This is also possible in Key Manager. You can just use "Exceptions" (similar to Key Remapper).

Please see the following videos:

http://atnsoft.com/keyman...mbination/
http://atnsoft.com/keymanager/versions/
ATNSOFT - Apr 22 2015 at 10:16pm Copy Link
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Ela S. In OneNote 2013, shortkeys combination for bold letters is STRG+SHIFT+F (German version). Hotkeys can't be changed in OneNote 2013.

Can Key Remapper changes this into STRG+B (as working in most other applications)?

Or can Key Remapper only configure single keys?

Thanks in advance
Nov 8 2015 at 10:28am Copy Link
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Robert Crombie When you say STRG perhaps you mean Ctrl
Nov 8 2015 at 8:16pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @Ela S.: This feature supports Key Manager – a more functional version of the program Key Remapper that, in addition to remapping keys and mouse buttons, has many other useful functions. For example, Key Manager allows you to remap combinations of keys and mouse buttons, key and mouse button sequences, and long presses (press and hold). You can show your actions in the form of pop-up menus that can be opened with hotkeys, record, edit, and execute macros (key sequences), emulate mouse clicks, type and paste text (including formatted text), instantly fill in forms on websites, launch programs, open websites (you can insert currently selected text into their address parameters), change the layout and case of selected text, manage the power settings of your monitor and computer, control the volume or set it at a certain level, move and resize windows, and much more.

More details about Key Manager:
http://atnsoft.com/keymanager/
ATNSOFT - Nov 8 2015 at 9:14pm Copy Link
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Ela S. @Robert Crombie: You're right - iIt's STRG+B on English keyboard, CTRL+F or CTRL+B on German keyboard.

@ATNSOFT: Thanks for your prompt reply, I will try it in Key Manager. If this works, you will make tons of OneNote users very happy - just with this function.

Wherease in MS Word etc, the keyboard functions for bold, italic and other letter formats can be changed within Word itself, OneNote requires a three-finger-splits STRG+SHIFT+B, STRG+SHIFT+I etc. This could not be changed so far.
Nov 9 2015 at 4:48am Copy Link
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BearPup To begin with, I bought KeyManager when it was offered here a little awhile ago, and I love it. It does everything that I bought it to do, and does so without a fault.

My questions are these: what is the difference between the two programs? Do I need both, or just one to do text replacement and double click control?

Thanks in advance.
Best regards,
BearPup
Jun 5 2016 at 9:10am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT No need. Key Manager, in addition to remapping keys and mouse buttons, has other functions. For example, Key Manager allows you to remap combinations of keys and mouse buttons, key and mouse button sequences, and long presses (press and hold). You can show your actions in the form of pop-up menus that can be opened with hotkeys, record, edit, and execute macros (key sequences), emulate mouse clicks, type and paste text (including formatted text), instantly fill in forms on websites, launch programs, open websites (you can insert currently selected text into their address parameters), change the layout and case of selected text, manage the power settings of your monitor and computer, control the volume or set it at a certain level, move and resize windows, and much more.
ATNSOFT - Jun 5 2016 at 9:40am Copy Link
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wts Do any of the ATNSOFT key products offer the capability to list all the key assignments globally for a given login?

For example, some program (not necessarily one of ATNSOFT key products) may assign ALT-2 to perform an action. Another program may assign ALT-2 to do something different. Moreover ALT-3, for example, may not be assigned at all by any program on that system.

Furthermore, if I would just try many combinations, and some of them do something, it may not be obvious which program assigned a given key combination to do that.

If this universal key assignment listing is not available from ATNSOFT, does anyone know of a program that can do so? Thank you!
Jun 5 2016 at 11:33am Copy Link
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BearPup @ANTSOFT: Thanks for your detailed answer to my questions. I'll stick with Key Manager.

And thanks too for the honest reply. I look forward to more software from ANTSOFT!

Best regards,
BearPup
Jun 5 2016 at 1:42pm Copy Link
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bvssunnydale Hi, I'm more interested in Key Manager and was wondering if there might be a similar offer on that software (now or in the future - I'm in no rush). Thanks for any help you can provide.
Jun 5 2016 at 6:24pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @wts: No, our products do not offer "the capability to list all the key assignments globally".
ATNSOFT - Jun 5 2016 at 9:40pm Copy Link
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BearPup Hello All,
Just a word of praise for this software. The last time this was offered I took the deal as text replacement that works in Windows 10 has been hard to come by.

However, the Atnsoft program has worked across Windows versions, from 7, to 8.1, to 10.0. The last time this was offered it was for a 2 license package, but as I have 5 different computers, I've come back to get this excellent software for my remaining computers.

For those considering this software, I recommend it wholeheartedly; and given the 30 day money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose by trying it out.

In the interest of complete honesty, I have no financial or other compensation reward for posting this review.

Best Regards,
Master BearPup
Nov 16 2016 at 6:53am Copy Link
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HJ B I attempted to install the program a few minutes ago, however, it throws up the registration screen and tells me that the trial period is over and will not run.
Jan 18 2017 at 2:32am Copy Link
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PortablesFan In Feb. of 2014, a BdJ user asked:
“I am looking for software that will allow me to use multiple separate keyboards simultaneously.
First one, basically a normal keyboard
Second keyboard: total custom for all my macros and scripts.
Can your program do this? If not, please consider this a wish list.”

ATNSOFT: “We are already working on this feature, and we have some success in that. We will try to implement it in future versions”

What is the current status of this feature for your two products?
Jul 4 2019 at 10:04am Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @PortablesFan, unfortunately, not yet implemented.
ATNSOFT - Jul 4 2019 at 11:28am Copy Link
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William W. Geertsema After I downloaded the ATNSoft page of Key Remapper, BitDefender just now reported:
"\ATNSOFT Key Remapper - Key, mouse button and mouse wheel remapper_files\watch.js.0.zip is infected with JS.TeslaCrypt.2.Gen."

Although this warning relates to the website, and not to the program or its setup file itself, I would rather be safe than sorry, and I will install the version now offered (1.11.0.440) only after I have further looked into this matter.

I repeat: the program itself may very well be OK.

William W. Geertsema
Jul 4 2019 at 5:07pm Copy Link
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ATNSOFT @William W. Geertsema, most likely this is a false positive. Or the file got infected on your computer.

You can see the VirusTotal report (including BitDefender) of this page:
https://www.virustotal.co.../detection
ATNSOFT - Jul 4 2019 at 8:30pm Copy Link
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