The Kee4 keyboard functionality, including lowercase, uppercase, numeric and special characters
and control codes for cursor positioning and editing,
is available to any device supporting the Bluetooth HID protocol without the need for any drivers or
additional software (support for some of the control codes may vary on specific devices).
To take advantage of possible program-specific and/or programmable codes
and function keys, additional software designed for specific devices may be installed.
When using the Simulator, some keyboards have problems with reporting the key down
events when more than two keys are pressed at the same time (before one of them is released).
This does not affect the composite keystrokes, but the Reset
keystroke (which is performed by pressing three of the four characters at the same time)
may produce wrong results.
If this happens while using the simulator on your keyboard, use the numeric pad keys (if available)
instead of the keys v, b, n and m.
If you must use the v, b, n, m keys, try pressing 'bnm' instead of 'vbn'.
If that does not work, you can also use a separate key just for the Reset functionality;
you may use one of the following: z, x, c or the space bar.