Hmmm, could use a board with short left shift + <> key (from ISO) and long enter key + |\ key (from ANSI), but I suspect there might not be much interest in this.
And finding french Cherry DS keys is a pain...
Should be no problem. Get the ANSI version. In the horizontal direction it should be possible to have the key cutout a wbit wider to make it suitable for both versions of left Shift.
I almost got the 7bit layout. The only reason I don't like it is hat I don't think it'd be too easy to find keys for it if I don't want those weird modifiers. Super? hyper? meta? Alt? control? there's too many!
Though on the plus side, I'd never be out of easy to reach macro keys.
In every style of Round 4 you will get the keys you need! You can use those sqare, circle etc. keys if you don't like SUPER, HYPER, META etc.
I am defintly interested in 7bits layout but I have a few questions though. First, where would I find keycaps to fit all of the keys. Second, where would I find a case that would actually fit this layout? I know I can program the controller to do what ever i want but is there more in depth info on 7bit's layout?
Again, Double shot replacements Round 4!
If you need extra keys, just ask!
The case: I will put it on a backplate and maybe cover the sides with wood. It does not require some top-cover, becuase there are only a few gaps between the keys.
On the other hand, if we can get a case for the normal version, you can cut away the section above the cursor T.
The controllers will be programmed such that all keys deliver useful keycodes.
What's the deal with the dark blue switches?
They did only exist in my fantasy!
There exist dark blue switches, but these are quite ancient and no longer in production.The dark blue ones ...