Frequently asked questions

Are the extra fn+F keys supported?

All the extra fn+F keys: fn+F1 - F4, fn+F7 - F12 media and volume and eject at the top of the keyboard are currently not supported in this initial release.

Is the new Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad supported?

Yes, the new Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is basically supported since version 1.10. We will add more support later in 2017.

Why are some keys are swapped?

Your Apple keyboard is not fully compatible with the Windows default keyboard layout. Install our Magic Keyboard Layouts and follow these instructions to solve this issue.

"Magic Keyboard", "Wireless Keyboard", why are there different names?

Apple Wireless Keyboard

The offical name of Apples first wireless keyboard back in 2003 was Apple Wireless Keyboard (A1016). The updated models 2007 (A1255), 2009 (A1314) and 2011 (A1314) still got this name.

MagicKeyboard Home In 2015 Apple redesigned the keyboard and named it Magic Keyboard (A1644), which makes a lot of sense as there is the Magic Mouse and the Magic Trackpad.

Will there be a battery indicator for the Apple Wireless Keyboard?

Yes - We will offer full battery indicator support for the Apple Wireless Keyboard in 2017. Watch this space for updates.

Will there be a Windows 7 or any 32bit version for the Magic Keyboard?

Yes - We will offer full Windows 7 and full 32bit support for the Magic Keyboard in 2017. Watch this space for updates.

Why shall I use a private email address?

If you buy a license or contacting us it's really easier for both sides to use a private email address like GMail, Yahoo, Hotmail, @me ...

Company mail servers and firewalls have very strict filtering systems for SPAM and Malware. They block any suspicious email without notifying the sender. That's why we send two emails, one notification email and one which contains the license.

But it still happens often that someone buys a license from a company email account but never gets any of our emails. They start complaining, we answer but they don't get our answer... This all takes time (and work) and can be frustrating for both sides.

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