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Offline OnTheBrink

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Quick Question about Tai-Hao Keycaps
« on: Wed, 04 September 2019, 10:25:28 »
So I just pre-ordered the PBT Backlit-Cream/Dim Grey 116 Keys https://shop.tai-hao.com/products/pbt-backlit-c12br201

My question is the description says 116 keys and considering this is for my Drop Alt with Holy Pandas -- I wan't to ensure this will fill the keyboard especially considering the description states: Total Keys : 116 keys                         
R4 blank * 4
R1 black * 4
1.75 shift key*1
3000 caps lock*1
3800 caps lock *1
Fn key*1
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However, the highest option you can select is '104 key'. I added the 1.75u right shift for good measure but why the conflicting option? Will it still be 116 keys?
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Re: Quick Question about Tai-Hao Keycaps
« Reply #1 on: Wed, 04 September 2019, 10:47:07 »
The 64 key option is for a 60% board as pictured, 104 key is a full set board.  It certainly says 116 keys and it's not a dodgy taobao listing so that's surely what you'll receive.
                               
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Re: Quick Question about Tai-Hao Keycaps
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 04 September 2019, 11:38:25 »
The 64 key option is for a 60% board as pictured, 104 key is a full set board.  It certainly says 116 keys and it's not a dodgy taobao listing so that's surely what you'll receive.

Okay, thanks for the clarification.
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