User Manual of Norwii Presenter for macOS
Norwii Presenter is a software which has Windows version and macOS version.
Wireless presenter is a physical device which has page down/up keys and a USB receiver.
Key is a part of the wireless presenter which is plastic or metal.
Button is a part of the Norwii presenter software which can be clicked by mouse.
2. Software download and installation
Please go to the official website of Norwii https://www.norwii.com "Support", "Downloads" to download and install the software.
The software download section includes exe executable files used by windows and dmg files used by macOS. As shown in Figure 1.
You can also use the URL to download directly：
After the software is installed and started, you will be prompted to open the security and privacy permissions required by the system, as shown in Figure 2.
This software requires three permissions: Input Monitoring, Screen Recording, and Accessibility. If you haven’t set all the settings before, please click on the modify permissions in the "About" tab, and then open the corresponding permissions in the opened window, as shown in Figure 3.
3. Product overview
This software cooperates with Norwii presenter. It can provide functions such as pairing, key customization, digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, air mouse, upgrade USB receiver firmware, etc. It can make you have more confidence in controlling the speech, attracting the audience, and successfully reaching the speech effect.
After the software detects that the USB receiver is plugged in, the software will display the function menu according to the model of the wireless presenter. The default displayed tab will also depend on the model, as shown in Figure 4.
Brief introduction of function menu：
3.1 Pair: Each wireless presenter has been allocated a unique code when it is made in the factory. To pair is to let the corresponding USB receiver save the unique code, and then the USB receiver can react to the wireless signal of the wireless presenter. If the user loses the USB receiver, he can buy a new USB receiver and continue to use the wireless presenter after pairing.
3.2 Key customization: The short-press and long-press functions of each wireless presenter button correspond to the key values on the keyboard. Key customization is to customize the short-press and long-press functions of the wireless presenter to other key values on the keyboard.
3.3 Pointer: Support the special effects of the mouse when the wireless presenter moves, including digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, air mouse, and user customized icons.
3.4 Setup: You can set the language, automatic software start, firmware upgrade, annotate keys, and vibration.
3.5 About: including software version, software update, permission setting, and contact information.
4. Device status
There is a status of the wireless presenter at the bottom left of the software.
4.1 USB receiver disconnected
The software does not detect the USB receiver of Norwii presenter. Please insert the USB receiver. In addition, this software is dedicated to Norwii presenter and cannot detect the USB receivers of other brand presenters. as shown in Figure 5.
4.2 USB receiver connected, presenter disconnected.
It means that the software has detected the USB receiver of the wireless presenter with air mouse function, but the wireless presenter is not connected. Turn on the power of the wireless presenter, or press any key to activate the wireless presenter in sleep, the wireless presenter will be connected to the USB receiver. If the power switch is on, and the indicator light of the wireless presenter does not light when pressing the key of the wireless presenter, it means that the wireless presenter has no power. Please try again after charging. as shown in Figure 6.
4.3 Presenter Connected
It means that the wireless presenter with air mouse function is connected with the USB receiver and can be used normally. as shown in Figure 7.
4.4 The USB receiver is ready
It means that the USB receiver of the simple function presenter is connected and can be used normally. We usually call the wireless presenter without the air mouse, such as the wireless presenter with only page turning function, supporting volume control and hyperlink function, as simple function presenter; the wireless presenter with the function of air mouse, as air mouse presenter. as shown in Figure 8.
Each wireless presenter has been allocated a unique code when it is made in the factory. The pairing operation is to let the USB receiver save the corresponding presenter's unique code, and then the USB receiver can respond to the wireless presenter's wireless signal. If the user loses the USB receiver, he can buy a new USB receiver and continue to use the wireless presenter after pairing.
5.1.1 Pairing operation for simple function wireless presenter
Insert the USB receiver first, then turn on the power of the wireless presenter, then click the pair button, and finally press the wireless presenter up and down keys to check whether “Pair waiting" becomes “Pair ok", as shown in Figure 9.
5.1.2 Pairing operation for air mouse wireless presenter
Insert the USB receiver first, then click the pair button, and finally turn on the power of the wireless presenter, and check whether “Pair waiting" becomes “Pair ok", as shown in Figure 10.
The clear pair operation is to clear the unique codes of one or more wireless presenters stored in the current USB receiver.
For simple-function presenters, the USB receiver can save up to 6 unique codes of wireless presenters. As long as the pairing operation is carried out 6 times, the USB receiver can save the unique codes of 6 wireless presenters, so as to be controlled by these 6 wireless presenters at the same time. The pair clearing is to clear all the unique codes of one or more wireless presenters stored in the current USB receiver at once. After clearing, this USB receiver no longer has any unique code of wireless presenter, so it is no longer controlled by any wireless presenter.
For air mouse function presenter, because it is two-way communication, the USB receiver will only save one unique code of the wireless presenter. Each pairing operation will overwrite the previous unique code.
If the user performs the clear pairing operation, this USB receiver will not save any unique code. The next time you plug it in the computer's USB port, the USB receiver will automatically enter the pairing state. At this time, you don't need to open the software. Just turn on the power of the air mouse wireless presenter, and then press the up and down page turning keys, you can pair successfully.
6. Key customization
The short press and long press functions of each presenter key correspond to the key values on the computer keyboard. The key customization is to customize the short press and long press functions of the wireless presenter to the key values of other keys on the keyboard, as shown in Figure 11.
When the wireless presenter is made in the factory, the wireless presenter model is stored in the USB receiver. The Norwii Presenter software can automatically recognize and display it in the wireless presenter model box. Users generally do not need to manually change the model of the wireless presenter, otherwise it will cause some functions not work properly.
The USB receiver purchased separately by the user does not save the wireless presenter model. When the software detects this kind of receiver, a dialog box will pop up to let the user select the wireless presenter model. The user only needs to select the model name that matches the model printed on the wireless presenter, as shown in Figure 12.
In the dialog box that pops up, if the USB receiver supports simple functions, only the simple function models are displayed. If the USB receiver supports the air mouse function, only the models that support the air mouse are displayed. The USB receiver inserted in Fig. 13 supports simple functions, and only shows the models of presenters that support simple functions.
6.2 Key of presenter
The keys of the wireless presenter are the object for users to customize their functions. Only the keys that can be customized will be displayed in the drop-down box of the wireless presenter key. For wireless presenters that support simple functions, the keys that can be customized include page up, page down, volume up, volume down, Tab, Enter, etc. For wireless presenters that support air mouse functions, the keys that can be customized only include the page up and page down keys.
6.3 Short Press Function and Default
Click the input box below the short press function in the figure, and the user can press the key or combination key on the keyboard to set it as the key value of the short press function. Special keys such as playback control and volume control can be directly selected by clicking the special buttons.
If the user wants to restore the default setting, click the Default button to restore the default value, as shown in Figure 14.
6.4 Long Press Function and Default
The setting of the long press function is basically as same as the short press.
“Keep sending key when long press" is a switch, as shown in Figure 15.
When the switch is turned on, if the key is pressed for a long time without releasing, the wireless presenter will continuously send the key value to the computer. This is useful for special keys such as volume control. If you set the page up key to increase the volume, and long press the page up key without releasing it, you certainly want the volume to continue to increase to the maximum, rather than to increase only once.
When the switch is off, the wireless presenter only sends the key value to the computer once when the key is pressed for a long time without releasing it. If you set the long press of a button to B, and turn off this switch, when PowerPoint is playing in full screen, when you press and send B to the computer when you press and hold, PowerPoint will enter a black screen. Of course, this key value had better send only once.
6.5 Save and All Defaults
Click the All Default button to restore the default values of all keys.
All settings can only be saved and effective after clicking the Save button, as shown in Figure 15.
The pointer tab provides digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, air mouse, customable icon, global configuration and other functions for the wireless presenter that supports the air mouse function. Long press the Pointer key, the corresponding pointer effect will appear on the screen, double-click the key to switch between different pointer effects.
For the wireless presenter like N95 Spotlight, after plugging in the USB receiver, the digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass and air mouse modes are turned on by default, and the other modes are turned off. If the user changes the settings, the next time the USB receiver is plugged in, the switches in each mode are subject to the user settings.
For the wireless presenter like N99L Spotlight, because it has a mouse switch, users can use the mouse switch to turn on and off the air mouse. By default, only the digital laser, spotlight, and magnifying glass are turned on, and other modes are turned off. If the user modifies the settings, the next time the USB receiver is plugged in, the switches in each mode are subject to the user settings, as shown in Figure 16.
7.1 How to use the wireless presenter pointer
1) Press and hold the Pointer key to turn on the digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, customable icon, etc.
2) In the air mouse mode, clicking the Pointer key is equivalent to clicking with the left mouse button. In other modes, clicking the Pointer key does not have this function.
3) Double-click the Pointer key to switch between the modes that are turned on, and the modes that are not turned on will be skipped automatically.
4) Press and hold the Pointer key, and then press the page up and page down keys to adjust the size of the icon in this mode.
7.2 Digital laser
Digital laser is to use software to simulate a physical laser on a computer, showing a solid point on the screen.
The digital laser tab has 3 functions that can be set, as shown in Figure 16. The function switch is used to turn the digital laser mode on and off. The following two progress bars are used to adjust the size and color of the digital laser dots. If you enlarge this dot to a certain degree, it will become a circle.
When using the spotlight function, the default spotlight aperture will appear on the screen. The content in the aperture is displayed at normal brightness, and the brightness of the content outside the aperture will be reduced to achieve the purpose of highlighting the content in the spotlight.
The function switch of this tab is used to turn this mode on and off. The following two progress bars can adjust the size of the aperture and the contrast between the inside and outside of the aperture, as shown in Figure 17.
Turn on the function switch of the magnifying glass. When using the magnifying glass function, a magnifying glass will appear, which can enlarge the content to be highlighted, and can set the size and aperture color of the magnifying glass.
The function switch of this tab is used to turn this mode on and off. The following two progress bars can adjust the size of the aperture and the color of the aperture, as shown in Figure 18.
This tab has only one function switch, which is used to turn on and off the air mouse mode. When the air mouse is turned on, user can double click the Pointer key to switch to this mouse model. On this air mouse mode, the Pointer key will function as mouse left button when the Pointer key is clicked. User can use this mode to move the mouse and click to open the supper link on the slide or open Windows application. Only Some Spotlight products support this function., as shown in Figure 19.
Note: Early Spotlight products do not support this mode. Even if this option is turned on in this software, you cannot switch to the air mouse mode by double-clicking the digital laser button. Early Spotlight products realize the function of the left mouse button by clicking the digital laser button. In the digital laser, spotlight, and magnifying glass modes, the digital laser button has click function.
The custom icon mode allows the user to display the picture of their choice as an indicator icon on the screen. Open the custom icon function switch, you can import the required pictures, the software supports png, bmp, jpg, gif four picture formats, and can set the size of the picture; in the custom icon mode, long press the Pointer key, the user-defined pictures will be displayed, press and hold the Pointer key and then press the page up and down keys to adjust the size of the picture, as shown in Figures 20, 21, and 22.
Includes five function settings, as shown in Figure 23.
1) Retention effect after long press released: when it is turned on, for the digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, custom picture, the effects of the above modes will not disappear after the long-press of the Pointer key is released. The effects will remain on the screen until user press another key to disappear; When closed, the corresponding display effect will disappear immediately after releasing the long pressing of the Pointer key.
2) Display switching effect when double click Pointer key: control whether or not to display the pointer mode that just has been switched to during the switching process.
3) Cursor Follow: When the digital laser is moved after the switch is turned on, the mouse moves at the same time.
4) Stay inside the extended screen: when it is turned on, several functions related to digital laser (digital laser, spotlight, magnifying glass, custom icon) will only be displayed in the expansion screen (another display screen) when there is an expansion screen; when it is turned off, digital laser can move between two screens; this option is turned off by default.
5) Pointer Speed: You can adjust the moving speed of digital laser functions.
It supports the setting of four functions: "General", "Firmware", "Annotate Key" and "Vibration".
8.1 General configuration, as shown in Figure 24.
1) Language: including simplified Chinese, English and Korean, users can choose according to their own needs; When the software is opened for the first time, it will choose its own display language according to the display language of the operating system. If the user makes a modification, the corresponding language will be displayed according to the user's selection.
2) Start Norwii Presenter after macOS startup: When it is turned on, the software will start synchronously after the computer starts, without manually clicking to open; When it is off, the software will not start automatically and requires the user to manually open it.
8.2 The firmware information displays the current firmware version and the latest firmware version. If an update is ready, the system will automatically prompt, as shown in Figure 25.
Not all USB receivers support firmware updates. Only some receivers produced in the second half of 2019 started to support firmware updates.
8.3 Annotate keys, as shown in Figure 26.
1) Line width: Line width includes five thicknesses from 1px to 5px, users can choose according to their needs.
2) Line color: adjust the color of the line, users can adjust it according to their needs;
8.4 Vibration, as shown in Figure 27.
The vibration reminder function is only supported by some wireless presenters of the Spotlight series. Whether the wireless presenter supports vibration reminding, please refer to the product manual of the corresponding model presenter. When the software detects the USB receiver of the wireless presenter that supports vibration reminder, it will automatically display this function.
1) Battery reminder: when it is on, the wireless presenter will vibrate in case of low voltage or insufficient power; when it is off, this function is not available;
2) Presenter connected reminder: when it is on, every time the wireless presenter is connected with the USB receiver successfully, it will vibrate; when it is turned off, it has no such function;
3) Vibration duration: when the vibration reminder function is turned on, the vibration duration of the wireless presenter can be adjusted in milliseconds. The default vibration duration is 20ms.
Contains the version, software update, official website, contact QR code and other content, as shown in Figure 28.
1) Software update: If the Norwii Presenter software needs to be updated, there will be a red dot reminder above the “Check For Update”. Click “Check For Update” to obtain and update the latest software.
2) Permission settings: The system needs some permissions for normal operation. Click “Grant Permissions” to authorize the software to use the three permissions of the system: Input Monitoring, Screen Recording, and Accessibility functions.