FAQs – Freestyle2 keyboard (USB)

What do the four LED’s on the top right of the keyboard indicate?
Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock and Fn.
The plastic piece that holds the left & right side of keyboard broke. Can I get a replacement?
Yes, pivot tethers can be quickly mailed directly to you. Please contact sales or tech support and remember to provide the serial number of your keyboard as well.

Can I remap keys on my Freestyle keyboard?
No. The Freestyle keyboard is not programmable.

I have a PC Freestyle keyboard. How come the hot-keys aren’t working with my Mac computer?
The hot-keys on the left side of the Freestyle will only work with the specific operating system it was designed for. If you connect a PC Freestyle2 to a Mac the hot-keys will not work, however as a work-around you can swap Ctrl with Command in the operating system which will allow the hot-keys to work:

Go to System Preferences/Keyboard/modifier keys (make sure the selected device is for the Freestyle keyboard (KB800PB)). Swap Ctrl with Command. Now the hot-keys will work as intended. This will also make the individual Ctrl keys behave as Command keys, which makes more sense on a Mac.

Do I need to install any software or drivers?
No. The Freestyle keyboard is recognized by the operating system as a standard USB device and thus loads the default keyboard driver on the operating system. The Freestyle2 keyboard is plug & play.

How do I install the VIP3 or V3 accessory?
Instructional videos for installing the VIP3 and V3 accessory are located in the Videos Tab on the Freestyle2 keyboard product pages.