Hi, all. I don't think I have posted this info to the forum. I have contacted Humanware about this and suggested a workaround that one of my students and I discovered. The enter key on the Brailliant BI X series would routinely bring up the context menu on the iDevice. I would need to dismiss it with a double-tap gesture and then find the enter key on the on-screen keyboard, which may or may not be visible. Not handy, at all! We discovered that if we toggled the onscreen keyboard on (or off). with spacebar with dots 1 4 6, then we could successfully press the enter key. It didn't matter whether the onscreen keyboard was off or on. If it was toggled, then the enter key behaved after this. I am unsure if it behaved only for that application or beyond, but this has been a reliable workaround for me. Humanware had some multi-step process for getting this to work, but there were too many steps for me and for the sake of convenience. This toggle is much faster and easier to remember. Hope this is helpful to folks. Keep reporting to Humanware and Apple! .