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Offline FRANCO

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Hi Everyone! Fredington and I would like to introduce you to SA 8010! (eighty-ten)

The colorway and legends were inspired by the Decision Data 8010 Keypunch keyboard. Similar to the IBM 029 Keypunch, the 8010 was a machine used to punch holes into data cards, which was a very old way of recording data. The keyboard’s unique colorway was designed to distinguish the numpad (dark grey) and modifiers (blue), from the alphas (white) on what is essentially a 60% keyboard


HaaTa's original pic
Another interesting feature are the dual legends where the uppercase featured the numerical and special characters, whereas the lowercase featured the alphabetical characters. You would toggle the uppercase with the Upper Shift key, and the lowercase with the Lower Shift key


A few other quirks about this keyboard:
  • SKIP was akin to Tab
  • DUP, when held down, would duplicate whatever was in the current position of the previous card
  • REL I believe stands for Release, which would release the current card from the machine
  • The 4 PROG keys gave you some ability to program the keypunch kind of like Macros

If you are interested, please fill out this form here!


Colors:
Blue Keycaps: Pantone 2392C
Grey Keycaps: SP GEW
White Keycaps: SP WFK


Kits:

Base Kit
Due to its unique colorway, the base kit features both Alphas and Modifiers, which isn't typical for SA sets. The Modifiers stay faithful as possible to the actual Decision Data keyboard, featuring new legends in place of standard modifiers (e.g. Right Adjust as the Enter key)




Extensions
On top of the standard modifier extensions, we wanted to provide two additional 1u blank white keys for a bit more flexibility when configuring the modifiers around the spacebar




NEW: Triumph Alphas
Wanted to provide the option of a more traditional setup, with the legends featuring the same color as the blue modifiers (renders to come!). Also included are additional blue ALT modifiers to help finish the traditional layout
For those who filled out the IC form above, please revise your submission if you are interested



Numpad
The Numpad kit supports full-sized keyboard layouts




ISO
Provides support for Physical ISO




Ortholinear
Honestly, why wouldn’t we make an ortho kit? It looks amazing. Some changes to call out are the abbreviation of various legends to fit in a 1u key, as well as a standalone PROG key without a number. Included a "0/" in R3 for 40% Ortho users




PROG
Derived from the PROG keys and expanded to 10 for Macros




NEW: Modern Integrated Numpad
Wanted to offer a bit more functionality to those that would actually use the grey numpad keycaps. This would move keys 1, 2, and 3 to the bottom, and keys 7, 8, and 9 to the top.
For those who filled out the IC form above, please revise your submission if you are interested




Split Spacebars
Provides support for split spacebar boards, including the Alice layout



Render Gallery by Abec13 (Renders to be revised with Pantone 2392C; Currently Pantone 2391C)


M60-A by Rama Works







Iron 180 by Smith + Rune









Bauer by Dixie Mech









Atlas by nasp








Special Thanks
Fredington for basically doing everything lol (fonts, kit creation, suggestions and advice on kits, and running a GB)
Abec13 for the super realistic renders (Honestly, best I’ve seen) and putting up with my absolute lack of knowledge on fonts, rendering, colors, etc…
HaaTa at Deskthority allowing the use of the images of his actual NOS Decision Data 8010 keyboard (jealous)

To-do’s:
  • Finalize colors
  • Revise renders with new Pantone color (in progress)
  • Additional renders, including new Triumph Alphas (in progress)
  • Gather feedback (in progress)
  • Finalize kits (in progress)
  • Vendors (in progress)
  • Pricing
  • GB date
  • Keyboard Cable?

Changelog

7/28/20
  • Changed Blue color from Pantone 2391C to Pantone 2392C
  • Finalized White keycaps as WFK, and Grey keycaps as GEW
  • Added Triumph Alphas
  • Added Modern Integrated Numpad kit
  • Changed MULT PNCH to MULT PCH (from IBM 026 keypunch), and standardized usage of this key as a replacement for ESC in both Base and Ortho kits
  • Replaced MULT PNCH key in the `~ position with additional Alpha key (legend from IBM 026 keypunch) as well as option for the MC text mod
  • Changed MC to ALT PROG (legend from IBM 026 keypunch)
  • Changed FEED to REG, reflected in both the Base Kit and the ISO kit
  • Replaced { key in the Base Kit to 0-8-2 (legend from IBM 026 keypunch)
  • Moved the { key from R1 in the Base Kit to R4 in the ISO kit
  • Added a 0 / key in R3 of the ortho kit for compatibility with 40% Ortho layouts
  • Moved PROG 4 Key from Extensions into Base Kit
  • Added "0 /" R3 keys in Modern Integrated Numpad kit

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« Last Edit: Tue, 28 July 2020, 20:41:27 by FRANCO »

Offline bisoromi

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:15:18 »
i love SA

please consider R4 bottom row!!!!
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Offline Nyeezy

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:15:57 »
This is great! Count me in

Offline wouldworks

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #3 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:16:17 »
Awesome! big fan of vintage source material

Offline Fredington

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #4 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:19:02 »
 :thumb:

Pleasure working with on this. I think it goes without saying that I am in.
« Last Edit: Thu, 11 June 2020, 21:25:20 by Fredington »

Offline BirgusLatro

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #5 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:45:26 »
:heavy breathing:

Offline konstantin

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #6 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 20:56:52 »
Love the theme, and the kitting looks great. I'd maybe just ask for AltGr keys in the ISO kit.

Offline synthtastic

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #7 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 21:05:22 »
Very nice...I'm ready to Prog.

Offline fireworm

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #8 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 21:11:15 »
Please, consider adding:

WKL (1.5u, 1u, 1.5u, 7u, 1.5u, 1u, 1.5u)
HHKB (Split backspace, split right shift)

to your base kit. This also covers 65% (physically, with incorrect legends).

Extensions can simply become "correct" legends for those layouts, plus 2u, and 2.25u shift.

It was a tragedy when I bought a few SA / KAT sets, only to buy a WKL keyboard (which GMK sets cover), and realize I can no longer cover with my new set, thus sending me to the aftermarket.

Offline konstantin

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #9 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 21:22:54 »
Please, consider adding:

WKL (1.5u, 1u, 1.5u, 7u, 1.5u, 1u, 1.5u)
HHKB (Split backspace, split right shift)

to your base kit. This also covers 65% (physically, with incorrect legends).

Extensions can simply become "correct" legends for those layouts, plus 2u, and 2.25u shift.

It was a tragedy when I bought a few SA / KAT sets, only to buy a WKL keyboard (which GMK sets cover), and realize I can no longer cover with my new set, thus sending me to the aftermarket.

Having that compat in the extensions kit is how SA kitting has been done since... as long as I can remember. I doubt it's going to change for this set, and, personally, I don't think it needs to. Think of the extensions and ISO kits as parts of the base kit, that you can opt out of purchasing if you don't need them. Including or not including them in the base kit doesn't affect the price in any way with SP SA, so it's better to have them separate.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #10 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 22:29:07 »
loved sail, this looks good too
I am like a cat but with a keyboard

Offline psxndc

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[IC] SA 8010
« Reply #11 on: Thu, 11 June 2020, 22:30:41 »
Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.
« Last Edit: Thu, 11 June 2020, 22:32:43 by psxndc »

Offline fropsie

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #12 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 00:04:13 »
Hells yeah! SA the best! Good to see the holy 112343 being used :D

Offline piit79

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #13 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 00:38:22 »
Looks very nice. I'm not the biggest fan of SA, but I like the interesting colourway. I'm just a bit afraid of the price with all those custom legends...

Offline L-Ron

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #14 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 00:44:41 »
Absolutely in for this, always love vintage-style SA caps.

Offline Howgii

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #15 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 02:30:51 »
Awesome set, I will probably join the GB

Offline harlekein

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #16 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 03:08:23 »
Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.

I'm with you all the way. I love this. But Colevrak is going to be tough for this.

Offline Ja3_420

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #17 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 04:26:09 »
very nise

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #18 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 07:37:33 »
Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.

I'm with you all the way. I love this. But Colevrak is going to be tough for this.
Dual legends are hard. Multicolor is hard. Dual legends AND multicolor? Damn near impossible.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #19 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 07:44:55 »
Ok yeah, this is actually pretty cool. I’m in.

Offline Bonsa

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #20 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 08:37:25 »
Beautiful colors.

Offline FRANCO

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #21 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 10:54:49 »
Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.

Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.

I'm with you all the way. I love this. But Colevrak is going to be tough for this.

Yea, we tried to see how we could make Colevrak work, but for what we were trying to do with this set, it was definitely tough

Offline enrique.aliaga

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #22 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 11:13:19 »
I joined SA SAIL and will most likely join this one as well. Love modern reproductions of vintage key sets!


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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #23 on: Fri, 12 June 2020, 13:30:33 »
Joined SA Sail, joined Atlas. What's next, join this?  :)

Quietly dissappointed with kitting but understandable. I'd like to see more separated kits especially mods but it's likely I will have to take almost all kits here.
« Last Edit: Fri, 12 June 2020, 21:26:29 by krautcat »

Offline wil

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #24 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 00:11:39 »
incredibly cool recreation. i think this is one of those sets that justifies the price of SA


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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #25 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 07:41:29 »
Just nicely done, all around. So nice I'm not even going to ask for Colevrak support.

I was just thinking today that I might be done with SA and then you go and post something like this. RIP wallet.

I'm with you all the way. I love this. But Colevrak is going to be tough for this.

This set is using the Data Entry keyboard layout, which is pretty much fixed. Even "international" versions of the Data Entry keyboards modified VERY LITTLE of the layouts where it comes to alphas (like in this IBM 3277 example). I don't think a Dvorak version of the Data Entry keyboard layout ever existed (much less make its way into a physical keyboard).

Offline FRANCO

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #26 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 11:27:05 »
Joined SA Sail, joined Atlas. What's next, join this?  :)

Quietly dissappointed with kitting but understandable. I'd like to see more separated kits especially mods but it's likely I will have to take almost all kits here.

Totally understand where you're coming from, and we definitely considered breaking out Alphas from mods, etc... But we felt with this unique colorway, the Alphas and mods are basically inseparable

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #27 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 13:58:37 »
That could become my first ever SA set. I really like the color scheme and the "nerd-ness" to use this on a modern keyboard.
But I have a few suggestions:
I think we all agree, that the main goal is, to use the legends from the original punch card keyboard as far as possible.
1. Therefore I would prefer it at lot, if the 2u Backspace key would get the legend "VER CORR"
2. I can understand that a "FEED" key was "invented" for the ANSI layout, because the original keyboard has a ISO enter, but if I had an ANSI keyboard (which I have not), I would prefer the legend "HOME" from the original keyboard - Row 3. Or maybe "BACKSPACE" would even be better (from Row 4 of the original). Together with my my first suggestion it wouldn't result in a double "BACKSPACE" and for HHKB users it would even be the "correct" legend.
3. For the ISO kit (which I would use) I would really really really prefer the legend "HOME" instead of "FEED" - it would then even be in the correct original position. (I understand the reasoning to not have two HOME keys, but that argument isn't valid for all the 60 % keyboards and the 60 % + Numpad (in my case)).
4. In the ISO kit there is an "invented" REG key for Row 4. Since the original keyboard already offers an additional R4 key with the legend "BACKSPACE", I would very much prefer this. Again - together with my suggestion "1." that wouldn't result in a double legend.

Offline Shiro

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #28 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 14:24:29 »
dang, this is really cool looking. might have to try out SA now.

Offline Fredington

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #29 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 14:27:03 »
That could become my first ever SA set. I really like the color scheme and the "nerd-ness" to use this on a modern keyboard.
But I have a few suggestions:
I think we all agree, that the main goal is, to use the legends from the original punch card keyboard as far as possible.
1. Therefore I would prefer it at lot, if the 2u Backspace key would get the legend "VER CORR"
2. I can understand that a "FEED" key was "invented" for the ANSI layout, because the original keyboard has a ISO enter, but if I had an ANSI keyboard (which I have not), I would prefer the legend "HOME" from the original keyboard - Row 3. Or maybe "BACKSPACE" would even be better (from Row 4 of the original). Together with my my first suggestion it wouldn't result in a double "BACKSPACE" and for HHKB users it would even be the "correct" legend.
3. For the ISO kit (which I would use) I would really really really prefer the legend "HOME" instead of "FEED" - it would then even be in the correct original position. (I understand the reasoning to not have two HOME keys, but that argument isn't valid for all the 60 % keyboards and the 60 % + Numpad (in my case)).
4. In the ISO kit there is an "invented" REG key for Row 4. Since the original keyboard already offers an additional R4 key with the legend "BACKSPACE", I would very much prefer this. Again - together with my suggestion "1." that wouldn't result in a double legend.

I've actually already made some legend revisions that we can soon share. First of all, a couple things to note:

1. The DD 8010 does not have enough keys to fill out a modern keyboard without double legends. Thus, we looked to other keypunch boards for inspiration in filling out the required keys. These other boards are the IBM 026 and the IBM 029.

2. The objective was never to visually duplicate the DD 8010, but rather, a combination of visual and functional reasons why a particular legend went in a particular place. Legend function should be consistent across all possible layouts.

Therefore...

1. VER CORR = Delete, as there already is a BACKSPACE key on the DD 8010.

2. We will actually be replacing FEED with REG so that it will be visually correct on ISO layouts as per the IBM 029, from which it came. FEED (also from the IBM 029) will be replacing INS, which I feel makes more sense. There is already a BACKSPACE key for HHKB included in the Extension kit.

3 and 4. HOME already exists as a default key and will be staying as is. As stated above, FEED will be changing to REG to visually reflect the IBM 029. The current REG will be replaced with a new alpha key, as per ISO convention.
« Last Edit: Sat, 13 June 2020, 14:45:45 by Fredington »

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #30 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 15:24:51 »
I see. Although my priorities might be different in some places, I understand your reasoning.

Concerning the mentioned new R4 alpha key for the ISO kit: I would still prefer a key in modifier color. (Because the key color isn't logical for modern keyboard anyhow and I would consider it more "historically correct" - looking at an data-entry IBM 3276:
https://deskthority.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1113

Offline Fredington

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #31 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 16:01:57 »
I see. Although my priorities might be different in some places, I understand your reasoning.

Concerning the mentioned new R4 alpha key for the ISO kit: I would still prefer a key in modifier color. (Because the key color isn't logical for modern keyboard anyhow and I would consider it more "historically correct" - looking at an data-entry IBM 3276:
https://deskthority.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1113

We will aim to provide a mod option for that key as well that is not REG.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #32 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 17:02:24 »
The Bauer render persuaded me that this set is perfect for a 65%

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #33 on: Sat, 13 June 2020, 17:06:30 »
The Bauer render persuaded me that this set is perfect for a 65%

For those ready to PROG, might I direct you to this currently open GB: https://r.works/zenith
« Last Edit: Sat, 13 June 2020, 17:08:03 by Fredington »

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #34 on: Mon, 15 June 2020, 16:43:30 »
Is there any chance of adding an Ergodox kit?

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #35 on: Tue, 16 June 2020, 00:14:02 »
Would have loved an mt3 set..

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #36 on: Tue, 16 June 2020, 03:28:35 »
Just when I thought I was done, they bring me back in. I'm in!
I'm a sucker for dual legends inspired by vintage boards.



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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #37 on: Thu, 18 June 2020, 09:31:11 »
This is a great looking set! :eek:

Offline FRANCO

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #38 on: Thu, 18 June 2020, 11:15:37 »
Is there any chance of adding an Ergodox kit?

Unfortunately, given the colorway, it would be quite difficult to create it without making it too expensive. But we're still gathering feedback and if there's enough people, we're always open to adding

Would have loved an mt3 set..

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You and me both man ;)

But I didn't think PBT would do the colors justice. However, over on the MT3 Susuwatari thread, they mentioned that they have worked out the production kinks and are starting to create MT3 doubleshot ABS kits "in all of our favorite colorways". So perhaps, there's a chance =)

Just when I thought I was done, they bring me back in. I'm in!
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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #39 on: Tue, 30 June 2020, 14:58:47 »
Doubleshot legends all the way! This looks so cool. Will definitely join once this hits GB phase

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #40 on: Wed, 01 July 2020, 01:17:40 »
IN

Offline FRANCO

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #41 on: Wed, 01 July 2020, 12:32:31 »
Apologies for the lack of updates or engagement in the thread! We're currently in a holding pattern as we wait to finalize the colors.

Full transparency, we're not quite satisfied with the Pantone we initially chose for the blue keycaps.

But it's not necessarily how they're represented in the renders, because as we all know, the colors you see on your screen will never be a perfect match for what they look like in real life.

So, most likely, we'll be in a holding pattern for a couple more weeks as we wait for some things to come in. But once we finalize the colors, we'll be trying to get this into the group buy phase as quickly as possible

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #42 on: Sun, 05 July 2020, 19:22:47 »
Definitely IN.





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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #43 on: Sun, 05 July 2020, 19:37:28 »
Fantastic, I am definitely in on this set. Love SA, love cool layouts with historical appeal, and I love this color scheme.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #44 on: Fri, 10 July 2020, 15:13:15 »
very nice

Offline funkmon

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #45 on: Fri, 10 July 2020, 15:56:40 »
I would like it, but it would be cool to have an option that is slightly less authentic. That is, with the normal punctuation keys on the right of the letters. :P. I would buy for sure.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #46 on: Sun, 12 July 2020, 15:11:21 »
I would like it, but it would be cool to have an option that is slightly less authentic. That is, with the normal punctuation keys on the right of the letters. :P. I would buy for sure.

I agree, if the OP adds this as an add-on, I'm in.
Normal punctuation keys and R1/Top row numbers.
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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #47 on: Mon, 13 July 2020, 00:33:12 »
This is super fun, count me in.

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #48 on: Mon, 13 July 2020, 05:03:28 »
Imagine yourself putting this set on a Saturn60...

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Re: [IC] SA 8010
« Reply #49 on: Mon, 13 July 2020, 22:39:34 »
I really love this set. any staggered 40s support avail?