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Interest Checks / Re: [IC] The DO60 PCB - update 2018 Jan 23
« Last post by _ODIN_ on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:44:31 »
will you make a rerun?
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geekhack Media / Re: Keycap & Keyboard Photography
« Last post by Pemdas on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:23:05 »
I was looking at the RGB clack combo too.. isnít their an established combo with specific singleshots? I thought the green was wrong :/

Not too sure what the established RGB combo is, but these were the available ones I had in my collection.

Green is unknown, red is a Revenge Red, and the blue is an Ionospheric :thumb:
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Group Buys and Preorders / Re: [GB] Noxary 280 & 220 (6 280 Slots Left)
« Last post by mast3rwanderer on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:20:03 »
Submitted the form too, just waiting for order # to confirm on the 2nd form :)
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Keyboards / Re: Simple Questions, Simple Answers (FAQ in the OP)
« Last post by MajorKoos on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:19:05 »
I want to swap the sliders on my 87u with NT sliders, but the housing and slider for the left control is a different shape to accommodate the LED.
Can I just desolder that led and dremel the plate to fit a standard NT housing and slider?

don't think you even need to desolder the LED, just dremel the plate

there's a few people on gh and /r/mk that have done this

thanks.
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every buyer gets the Planck kit for blank. https://imgur.com/a/7cBj8

Does the planck kit include any Convex keycaps?
Do not include,
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So do only the first 200 sets get the free planck kit or does everyone get the free planck kit?

Just the first 200 it seems :(
All orders have a gift, don't worry
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Group Buys and Preorders / Re: [GB] GMK Taro (Awaiting Samples)
« Last post by KaosJ on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:06:31 »
Any production updates?

New samples should be provided relatively soon, and from there, we will be able to evaluate next steps.

As soon as we have more information, we will update this thread. If anyone has any questions or concerns, please let us know!

yes, can you show the samples when they come? 
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Interest Checks / Re: [IC] TMO50 keyboard
« Last post by funderburker on Sat, 26 May 2018, 06:00:40 »
is there any information about the available colors yet?
I'll put those up in about a week. Four colours.

Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk

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geekhack Media / Re: Keycap & Keyboard Photography
« Last post by crtexcnndrm99 on Sat, 26 May 2018, 05:58:09 »
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SX60 by Quantastrophus by thosepeoples, on Flickr

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SX60 Apart by thosepeoples, on Flickr

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SX60 Zilents by thosepeoples, on Flickr

Got and built the SX60 today! First split board and enjoying it quite a lot :p

Switches are 78g Zilents, GMK Classic + some extras :cool:

What is the name of the green Clack?  That's a nice shade of green.
I was looking at the RGB clack combo too.. isnít their an established combo with specific singleshots? I thought the green was wrong :/
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Keyboards / Re: Sudden Decline in Keyboard Interest
« Last post by crtexcnndrm99 on Sat, 26 May 2018, 05:52:29 »
I lost interest too, once I reached my endgame, and got that satisfaction - took me 2 years to build the next iteration

Keyboards are truly insignificant in the grand scheme of things, even for work/coding, you don't need the optimal keyboard, any keyboard does the job, it's a hobby, a useful one compared to unuseful hobbies

But for regular work - and for life, catastrophic events like you described could seriously ruin you, I used to call the phenomenon "time slips" - It's like you enter an auto pilot mode, and lose months, sometimes years, without you even realise that you've been going on aimlessly

Back when I was developing Facebook apps, Facebook used to remove apps, or take action against them, suddenly and without a cause or justification, you would pour your life into something, and they'd obliterate it as they wished - it was brutal, every time this happened, I entered one of these time slips, at the time I was at college, I went on for 1-2 months without doing any additional work, I'd continue with school, but in a very numb manner, I was going on, but slipping through time

Anyway, long story short, if you want to prevent these "time slips" - It's better to regulate your work and habits artificially, force yourself to do certain things no matter what happens in life (a minimal amount of work, research, whatever - a basic workout routine for your body) - this way you recover fast, and even if you don't recover, you at least achieve things while you are slipping through time
Very well said. Couldnít agree more. The Ďtime slipsí concepts goes hand in hand with the escapism I think.
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