Musa Keyboards Agent
There are several different ways to enter Musa text into your computer, but they all use the same program, the Musa Keyboards agent. You'll also need to install a Musa font on your computer (from the Font Downloads page).
The agent is available for MacOS: just click the link below to download.
There is a later version available, one which adds an overlay keyboard, but it can't be uploaded to the Apple store because it reads the keyboard. However, if you would like to use it, you can download it here.
The agent is also available for Windows and Linux, in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. If you have a Java Runtime Environment installed, you can save some space by using a Java version. To start the download, click the correct link below. The license for these agents is described here.
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Once you have downloaded the agent, you will have to install it. The Windows versions use an installer: just click on the exe file. For the other versions:
If you are using the Mac version, there's one more step: you have to give the app permission to function as a keyboard, to send letters to other apps. Usually, the first time you run it after installation, you will see a popup that looks like this:
If you don't see this popup, you will have to allow access manually. Press the Open System Preferences button and select Security & Privacy, then Accessibility, then the Privacy tab. Find Musa Keyboards and make sure the checkbox for access is checked - you may have to unlock the menu first using your admin password. If you don't do this, you will see Musa letters in the keyboard display, but they won't be inserted into the program you're using.
Once the Musa Keyboards agent is installed, run it. Your firewall may also warn you that this new program is accessing the network. It has to, to connect to the phone. The first time you run it, you will see a colorful menu:
The Mac version looks different - it has everything on one screen.
As you can see, there are several different keyboards. Which one is best?
When any of these keyboards is running, there will be a Musa Keyboards Menu icon in the taskbar. Click it to reopen the menu.
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