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
Lydiot wrote:Yeah, it's weird.
Have you tried remapping to different keys? After all I suppose there is a chance that a key or row or whatever has malfunctioned (although the timing would be very interesting).
I'm out of ideas.
Fredo wrote:Are you sure you haven't activated the "Alternative Key Commands" by mistake?
Saving complete key commands settings as
As mentioned above, any changes made to the key commands
(and macros) are automatically stored as a Nuendo
preference. However, it is also possible to store key commands
settings separately. This way, you can store any
number of different key command settings, complete or
partial, as presets for instant recall.
Proceed as follows:
1. Set up the key commands and macros to your liking.
When setting up key commands, remember to click “Assign” to make the
2. Make sure that “Store Selected Items Only” is not activated.
This option is for saving partial key commands settings only (see below).
3. Click the Save button next to the Presets pop-up
A dialog appears, allowing you to type in a name for the preset.
4. Click OK to save the preset.
Your saved key commands settings will now be available in the Preset
pop-up menu for your future projects.
Keyplayer wrote:This makes no sense. If we're supposed to be importing and backing up these presets as ".key" files, then why are the factory presets stored as ".XML" files in the first place?
Keyplayer wrote:Okay, so how do I access the file to change it from ".XML" to ".key?" I can't find anything in the properties section that will allow me to change the suffix
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