Keyboard Maps

Getting there

Reflection X Advantage includes a default keyboard map that automatically handles a wide variety of characters on multiple keyboards. If the default maps don't produce a character you need, or you want to add other keyboard mapping assignments, create a keyboard map to modify or add to the default mapping.

Note: Before mapping a key, use the Find key option to review the default behavior of a key. If the Results panel shows the keystroke produces the result you want, there may be no need to map a key.

To map a key, you must first Clone a keyboard map: you cannot change the mapping of the default keyboard map.

 

Select keyboard map

Select the default keyboard map or any other map you have added.

 

Clone

Click Clone to create a copy of the currently selected keyboard map. The Default keyboard map cannot be modified, and a clone of that map is a quick way to create a keyboard map.

 

Delete

Delete the currently selected keyboard map. You cannot delete the default keyboard map.

The Find button at the bottom of the dialog box help you locate keys you want to modify and Troubleshooting options review the behavior of currently mapped keys.

Keyboard Maps Tabs

Map Key

Characters

Keyboard Shortcuts

Reserved Keycodes

Map Modifiers

Find and Troubleshooting Buttons

Use Find Key to identify a key, and use Troubleshooting options to view key and keymap behaviors.

Related Topics

Work with Keyboard Maps

Keyboard tab