Pc Key Mapper

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Intended for remapping keys, mouse buttons and mouse wheel actions,
Key Remapper
allows you to:

  • Remap keys, mouse button presses and the mouse wheel rotation to different values and even to non-existing keys and mouse buttons. For example, you can replace CapsLock with “Middle mouse button”, F11 – by “Mouse wheel down”, F12 – by Win, Browser Home or “Mouse button X2” (which can be physically missing on your input devices).

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  • Perform reverse remapping of keys and mouse buttons, i.e. virtually change their functions. For instance, you can virtually swap the Right Shift and Enter keys, the “Middle mouse button” and the Left Shift key.

  • Replace specific keys or mouse buttons by key or mouse button combinations with modifiers. For instance, you can replace the Browser Forward key (usually found on multimedia keyboards) by the Alt+Shift+Esc (quick switching between programs) combination, replace the X1 mouse button by the Ctrl+C (copy) combination, assign the Ctrl+”Left mouse button” combination to the right Alt key.

  • Emulate double mouse button and key presses and set the necessary interval between presses (double click with a delay).

  • Block (disable) keys, mouse buttons, the mouse wheel rotation and their combinations with various modifiers.

  • Restrict remapping and blocking to specific programs and windows. For instance, you can configure the software to allow the replacement of the X1 mouse button by Space only in program A and nowhere else. Another example would be: allow NumLock to be replaced by the Ctrl+C+C (double press of the “C” key) combination everywhere except for windows with the word “B” in their title.

  • Create and quickly (two clicks) switch between key sets.

The software does not alter the scan codes stored in the registry and does not require the system to be restarted in order to apply mapping changes.

You can use Key Remapper to remap virtually any keys and mouse buttons.

Interface Languages:
English, Deutsch, Español, Français,
Italiano, Русский, 日本語
System Requirements:Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/2008/2003/XP/2000
Pc Key Mapper


Pc Key Mapper

Pc Controller Key Mapper

Getting Started

Downloading and installing Key Remapper

To start working with the program, you need to download the installation file and launch it. The installation process will start. Once finished, the program is ready to be used. After the program is started, the window shown in the screenshot below will appear:

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Working with the program

The top part of the screen is occupied by profiles management block followed by the main area, which allows you configure replacements and key blocks.

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You will need different sets of keys for specific programs and purposes, that's why the application features profiles that allow you to create configurable sets of key replacements and quickly switch between them. This mechanism works similarly to Windows 'sound schemes'. You can create (the 'Add new' button ), rename (the 'Rename' button ) and delete (the 'Delete' button ) them.

When you create a profile, a new window prompts you for the profile name and asks whether you would like to fill the new profile with the data of the currently active one.

You can switch between profiles using the dropdown list or by right clicking on the program icon in the taskbar and choosing the necessary profile from the context menu.

Key or mouse button definition, replacement and blocking

In order to replace one key (or mouse button) by another, you need to define the key that will be physically pressed and the key that will be reported to the system as pressed:

To define a key replacement, double click the '(double click to add)' line. This operation can also be performed using the Insert key or the context menu:

The following window will appear:

When this window appears, the focus automatically goes to the definition of the key being pressed.

Press the necessary key or mouse button and select an action: replace it with another key (or a mouse button), a key combination or block.


If you need to define the new value of the key, set the cursor into the input field under the 'Replace by the following key or key combination:' checkbox and press the necessary key, mouse button or key combination (press the main key while holding down the Alt, Ctrl, Shift and/or Win modifiers) or, if the necessary keys are missing on the keyboard, you can define them by choosing the main key from the list. If you need to define modifiers, check the boxes next to them. If you need to press a mouse button or turn the mouse wheel, select the necessary action starting from the word 'Mouse...' in the dropdown list. For instance: 'Mouse Left Button', 'Mouse Wheel Down' and so forth.

If you need to block a key, select the 'Block' checkbox. If the 'Full block' checkbox is unchecked, single keypresses will be blocked, but keys won't be blocked when pressed with modifiers (Ctrl, Shift, etc.). If it is checked, keys are blocked completely. For instance, if you block the 'A' key and leave the 'Full block' option unchecked, the Ctrl+A combination will work. If the option is enabled, the combination will have no effect.

Once you are finished, press 'OK'.

If the program is unpaused, key replacement will work.

If you need to swap keys, you will need to define two replacements.

Please note that you cannot assign two replacements or blocks to a single key. If it happens, only the top action from the list is performed. If one action is in a folder and the other one working with the same key is below it, the action in the folder will be performed.

Working with replacements and blocks

The program allows you to store replacements and blocks in folders that can be created by the Ctrl+Insert key combination or in the context menu - 'Insert folder'.

You are also free to move actions and folders by dragging them with your mouse. If the Ctrl key is pressed when you start dragging, the action or the folder is copied. Habitual actions of cutting, copying, pasting and deleting are also supported.

If you need to temporarily disable a specific replacement or block (or even a whole folder of actions), you can use the space key or the 'Disable...' item of the context menu. Repeat the operation to enable actions.

Program hotkeys

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InsertInsert an action (replacement or block)
Shift+InsertInsert a folder
EnterAdd/modify a folder or an action depending on context
SpaceDisable/Enable an action or a folder (including the actions within)
Ctrl+SpaceDisable all the actions of the folder
Shift+SpaceEnable all the actions of the folder
Ctrl+Shift+SpaceInvert the statuses of all actions of the folder (enables the disabled ones and vice versa)
DeleteDelete a folder or an action
Ctrl+DeleteDelete all folders and actions (clear the current profile)
Shift+UpMove a folder or an action up
Shift+DownMove a folder or an action down
Ctrl+XCut an action or a folder
Ctrl+CCopy an action or a folder
Ctrl+VPaste an action or a folder

Recursive Arts A-23 Virtual Piano provides two separate Key Mappings for your computer keyboard, so you can choose the easiest and most convenient layout for you to play our digital piano. In order to switch between both options use the dedicated MAPPING knob. This knob will automatically activate the key assistant overlay, although you can also manually hide or re-enable this overlay by pressing the KEYS button.
The MAX (maximum) mapping provides access to the full 5 octaves of the piano by using the 'Shift' modifier key to play any black piano key. This mode is great when playing songs in C major or A minor keys with none or very little flats or sharps.It is also compatible with most virtual piano sheet music you will find online.

The REAL (realistic) mapping emulates a real piano keyboard layout, offering faster and direct access to black keys without having to hold the Shift modifier key. The action range is thus limited to three octaves, although this is more than enough to play most of your favourite melodies, including all those included in our virtual piano when using the Song Mode and its auto accompaniment system. This is the recommended setting when a piece includes many flats or sharps.

Pc Key Mapper Software

Please note that we are using an English QWERTY computer keyboard as a reference. However, Recursive Arts Virtual Piano is also compatible with Spanish keyboard layouts where the ';' character is replaced by the 'ñ' letter, and the '-' character replaces the '/' symbol. If you are using a different keyboard language or layout combination, or if you are experiencing issues with any of these keys, you can always try changing your keyboard's language/layout settings to English in your Windows or OSX system preferences.

Playing simultaneous notes (Polyphony)

Pc Controller Keymapper

By design, Recursive Arts Virtual Piano is capable of playing up to 64 simultaneous notes, giving you access to the most complex chords and notes combinations. However, when using a computer keyboard to play the virtual piano, the maximum number of simultaneous notes is in practice limited by the hardware capabilities of our input device. You might experience that some notes combinations play perfectly at the same time, while others do not. The reason for this is something we know as 'Keyboard Ghosting'. If you are experiencing this issue please follow the previous link for details on how to fix it.

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