The following is a brief breakdown image with accompanying descriptions of what the SnapStream FireFly PC Remote is comprised of. Overall, the FireFly remote operates just like any other remote you've been using over the years.
Maximize and Close buttons for internet browser windows. LED emits red when buttons are pressed to indicate activity.
A-Z, 0-9, BACK and ENT buttons for channel surfing and use in applications which accept numeric and alphabet keys. The number keys will take over the number keys on your keyboard.
VOL and CH raise or lower television channels and volume levels. When the FireFly button is pressed, you will begin at the home screen of the media interface you're using (Beyond Media, Windows Media, etc.).
Navigation buttons are for use when in Mouse Mode or any compatible application. Info shows current configuration, Option displays any options available, Menu provides menu access, and Exit allows you to exit current settings. OK confirms settings.
These playback buttons provide controls over current playing content with the potential to record the content on your PC if used with Beyond TV.
Hot Buttons are provided to quickly access the desired media genre. The "ABCD" buttons are programmable for more custom applications.