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How to control the gear, views and more via keyboard during training in Desktop 3.X.X

VirtualTraining Desktop enables to control the screen of application via keyboard or more comfortable is to use the MULTIremote control via Bluetooth or ANT+ wireless communication. More about MULTIremote here.

Joule 3.0. and the old CVT Desktop (version 3.X)

In case of older version of CVT Desktop, the keyboard can fully replace the Joule 3.0 (we recommend to use keyboard...).

Important: If you use Joule 3.0, it must be connected into VirtualTraining during training. Otherwise both Joule and CVT are trying to control trainer... We recommend to use keyboard instead of Joule in case of using with VirtualTraining and Joule make off... 

 

Function keys for Profile training and Online racing

Num + or W Set up harder gear (higher ratio)
Num - or S Set up easier gear (lower ratio)
Enter or R Change main view Google Earth / Video
Space or P Pause training (not possible in race mode...)
Num 4, 6 or A,D Change view of secondary (mini) window. You can switch between video, splits, interesting place, results, statistics
Num 1, 3 or Q,E  Change zoom of Google Earth
Win + M Minimize the VirtualTraining (you can return into application by click on windows bar...)

Function keys for Interval training

Num + or W Increase power on current interval.
Num - or S Decrease power on current interval. 
Arrow UP In case of IC 400/Phantom increase a gear
Arrow DOWN In case of IC 400/Phantom decrease a gear
Enter or R Change main view Graph / Video
Space or P Pause training

Num 6 or Right arrow or D

Finish current interval and jump into next interval.
Win + M Minimize the VirtualTraining (you can return into application by click on windows bar...)

 

 

User's TIP: Use Android / iOS app instead of keyaboard.

Ausmith: "For the PC version I would suggest that we look into a cheap wireless USB remote. You can buy these as a consumer on eBay for as little as $6. There are also some free Android apps that will work. I downloaded one today (Andromouse at http://andromouse.com/) and it worked like a champ!!!  There are also some Bluetooth remotes that integrate with both PC and Tablet (ipad and android)…"

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