Q. Will the StealthSwitch II work with VOIP programs like Ventrilo, TeamSpeak, World of Warcraft Voice Chat, Second Life, etc?
A. Yes. The SSII works great as a push-to-talk (PTT) foot switch or bind any action to a foot pedal in game.
Q. Is the StealthSwitch compatible with my application?
A. Once programmed, no software is required. All settings are stored in the SSII hardware virtually guaranteeing compatibility with any application. If your program can be controlled with keystrokes, hotkeys or mouse clicks, it will work with the SSII.
Q. What operating systems does the StealthSwitch II work with?
A. The SSII can be programmed natively in Windows XP, Vista 32/64, Windows 7 32/64, MAC OSX. Once programmed, the SSII can be moved to other operating systems that support USB HID devices like Linux.
Q. Does the SSII support hotkeys?
A. The Configurator allows you to program keystrokes, hotkeys including modifiers, and mouse clicks (left, middle, right, double click, drag lock). Keystrokes support key-repeat or send once.
Q. What is RoboCon?
A. RoboCon for both Windows and MAC OSX is included with the SSII and allows automatic per application programming. The SSII allows you to save an unlimited number of configurations and RoboCon will automatically re-program the SSII depending on which application has the focus.
Q. What slave switches can be used with the StealthSwitch II?
A. The SSII allows you to add up to 4 inexpensive slave switches for a total of 5 foot pedals. Each foot pedal is individually programmable using the included Configurator program.
Q. Can I use my own slave switch?
A. Yes. Any switch that terminates in a 1/8″ (3.5mm) mono audio plug and has a normally open momentary switch (non latching) will work. You can use the foot pedal from Rock Band as a slave switch or many non-latching guitar pedals using an adapter to convert the 1/4″ plug to 1/8″.
Q. Will the StealthSwitch II work with music software like Ableton Live?
A. The SSII will work with any Windows or MAC software that can be controlled with keystrokes, hotkeys or mouse clicks.