If you share a keyboard with another ringer or want to ring more than two bells, you can customise the keys you need to press as desired. To enable this, include a text file called “KeyConfig.txt” in the same directory as “muster.exe”. Then enable Advanced Mode, and a dialogue will display the mappings.
The format of this text file needs to match this example:
To find the name of the key, press the key and inspect the Muster log file.
The example file is for Abel, and maps D to the treble, A to the second, L to the fifth, J to the sixth. It also includes more mappings as further examples.
This section lists the keypresses supported in Advanced Mode, with no custom keypress mapping specified.