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Offline BIZ!

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Razer Orbweaver with Hasu USB-to-USB Converter
« on: Thu, 16 April 2020, 20:10:21 »
I'm trying to use the Hasu USB-to-USB Controller Converter with the Razer Orbweaver to circumvent Razer's Synapse software:
https://www.1upkeyboards.com/shop/controllers/usb-to-usb-converter/

I've used kaiibod before with the ergo dox but macro use is throwing me with the TMK and QMK editors available for the Hasu controller. Any suggestions?

Here's my breakdown:
HASU KEYBOARD COMMAND DEFAULT with Orbweaver attached (5x4 keypad):

`     1.    2.    3.    4

Tab.    Q.     W.    E.    R.   

Caps Lock.    A.    S.     D.     F.   

Shift.    Z.    x.    C.    v.   



Thumb key =. Option


Thumb flap=   space bar


Thumb directional toggle:
Away= up arrow
toward= down arrow
Up = left arrow
down= right arrow

 SYNAPSE KEYS WANTED (5x4 keypad)
Layer1:

F1     F2.    F7.     F8.    F9

Z.     x.      e.      O.        apostrophe

H.    J.    K.    L.    ; semicolon

Shift.    Alt.    B.    Command+Z.    Down arrow

Thumb key = keymap 2


Thumb flap=   space bar


Thumb directional toggle:
Away= T
toward= G
Up = command+A
down= shift+command+A


LAYER 2:

F3      F4.    F5.     F6.    Shift+F4

5.   Y.     Q.    W.     6.   

M.    ,comma    k.     . period    /

Alt+C.    Command+Tab.    Shift+F1.    Shift+F2.    ]+NpdENTER


Thumb key = keymap 2


Thumb flap=   space bar


Thumb directional toggle:
Away= T
toward= G
Up = command+A
down= shift+command+A


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Offline downysoft

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Re: Razer Orbweaver with Hasu USB-to-USB Converter
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 26 February 2021, 02:02:45 »
DISCLAIMER:  I'm new, so this might be widely known or even a bad idea for some reason.

If you get a peripheral working on a Raspberry Pi device, you can set it to "keyboard passthrough" and use it just like a plug and play keyboard.  It could be a way to bypass manufacturer software.

This looks like a good thread to start research:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=263356