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Offline cpt.charisma

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Need template(s) for group buy design
« on: Fri, 04 July 2014, 22:48:33 »
Hi all.  I'm working on a design for a group buy and was wondering if there was a standard GH template around somewhere.  The one from SP is crap and other manufacturers only cover standard 104 key layouts.  I could especially use some info on options for non-standard or custom keyboards / layouts.  Other advice / info / rants welcome :)

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I'm thinking dysub pbt at the moment, but I'll do an official interest check once I have some nice mockups ready.
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Re: Need template(s) for group buy design
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Re: Need template(s) for group buy design
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 06 July 2014, 16:36:13 »
Thanks for the link.  That's a pretty nice tool, but unfortunately it doesn't support all the features I need.  I'm currently working in Inkscape, which gives me a lot more options.  I was hoping there was some sort of template commonly used by group buy organizers that had the different sets laid out.  If not, I can figure it out.
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Re: Need template(s) for group buy design
« Reply #3 on: Sun, 06 July 2014, 20:30:19 »

Thanks for the link.  That's a pretty nice tool, but unfortunately it doesn't support all the features I need.  I'm currently working in Inkscape, which gives me a lot more options.  I was hoping there was some sort of template commonly used by group buy organizers that had the different sets laid out.  If not, I can figure it out.

There isn't a template. Different organizers provide slightly different kits. I'd recommend http://CtrlAlt.io for good examples.