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Offline aznreaper

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1200 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 11:50:51 »
Oh that's cool, any idea of time frames of when we might be seeing each of these boards?

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1201 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:14:33 »
Oh that's cool, any idea of time frames of when we might be seeing each of these boards?

I am a slow worker. :(
So I don't know exactly.

After ending tx1800v2, factory will start making.

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1202 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:17:28 »
Kin, any TX-87 extras possibly?

After finishing tx1800v2 shipping, I will sell extra tx.series in txkeyboards.com

Offline ctrlX

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1203 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:24:55 »
Kin, any TX-87 extras possibly?

After finishing tx1800v2 shipping, I will sell extra tx.series in txkeyboards.com

Hi kin! Any chance you have extra PCBs for TX87? I've had a lot of problems with mine which is described in detail here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=90516.0

I don't think I will be able to repair/fix it. Would therefore be awesome to be able to buy a new one. Cheers!

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« Last Edit: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:37:43 by ctrlX »

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1204 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:48:12 »
Kin, any TX-87 extras possibly?

After finishing tx1800v2 shipping, I will sell extra tx.series in txkeyboards.com

Hi kin! Any chance you have extra PCBs for TX87? I've had a lot of problems with mine which is described in detail here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=90516.0

I don't think I will be able to repair/fix it. Would therefore be awesome to be able to buy a new one. Cheers!

Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk


I plan to make more 87pcb.

Offline ctrlX

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1205 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 12:51:22 »
Kin, any TX-87 extras possibly?

After finishing tx1800v2 shipping, I will sell extra tx.series in txkeyboards.com

Hi kin! Any chance you have extra PCBs for TX87? I've had a lot of problems with mine which is described in detail here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=90516.0

I don't think I will be able to repair/fix it. Would therefore be awesome to be able to buy a new one. Cheers!

Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk


I plan to make more 87pcb.
Great news! :) I will wait patiently.

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Offline wholypantalones

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1206 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 14:16:20 »
Kin, any TX-87 extras possibly?

After finishing tx1800v2 shipping, I will sell extra tx.series in txkeyboards.com

Great, thanks!

Offline menuhin

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1207 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 00:12:09 »
Any chance of a TX TKL board GB going up in the future?

No more GB.
After making, I will sell them.

Tx60 and Tx65 >>> TX100 and TXergo >>> TX84se

How about TX75??

When I will take 75pcb, i will sell ome extras.

Thanks Kin!  :-*
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Offline Trente

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1208 on: Mon, 18 September 2017, 23:20:12 »
I am curious is there any tx board support alps switch, I got some goodie alps blue recently and want to put them in some nice endgame board

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1209 on: Tue, 19 September 2017, 01:02:46 »
I am curious is there any tx board support alps switch, I got some goodie alps blue recently and want to put them in some nice endgame board
if you can have a plate made, you may get the PCB from Leeku.
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Offline Trente

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1210 on: Tue, 19 September 2017, 20:51:03 »
I am curious is there any tx board support alps switch, I got some goodie alps blue recently and want to put them in some nice endgame board
if you can have a plate made, you may get the PCB from Leeku.

Got it! Thank you for the advice!

Offline kitchenace13

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1211 on: Wed, 20 September 2017, 12:08:16 »
It sounds like the Titanium Grey TXCPs might be off to anodization soon?  Just curious

Offline ctrlX

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1212 on: Thu, 21 September 2017, 03:09:24 »
Maybe a dumb question, so here goes nothing. Does the TX75 plate support plate mounted stabilisers? Reason for  me asking this is because I've realised I do not like the Zeal stabs that I installed. OG Chery is way nicer. Hence I am thinking of swapping them out, but I really can't be bothered with desoldering the entire board. I've had bad experience with that and would like to avoid it as much as possible.

Offline kawasaki161

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1213 on: Thu, 21 September 2017, 05:45:11 »
Maybe a dumb question, so here goes nothing. Does the TX75 plate support plate mounted stabilisers? Reason for  me asking this is because I've realised I do not like the Zeal stabs that I installed. OG Chery is way nicer. Hence I am thinking of swapping them out, but I really can't be bothered with desoldering the entire board. I've had bad experience with that and would like to avoid it as much as possible.

No, it does not. You should, however, be able to desolder just the stabilized keys and then wiggle out the stabs as the cutouts are huge. OG stabs go back in like a charm, just the spacebar is a bit more annoying as you can't put it in in one piece. If you'd rather desolder all of it something like a ZD-211 desoldering iron works well for one or two boards. I recently got myself a desoldering station which makes it even easier, but the ZD-211 is the budget king. The ZD-211 clogs rather fast, but you can just take a 2.5mm drill and drill it out if that happens.

Offline ctrlX

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1214 on: Thu, 21 September 2017, 06:06:51 »
Maybe a dumb question, so here goes nothing. Does the TX75 plate support plate mounted stabilisers? Reason for  me asking this is because I've realised I do not like the Zeal stabs that I installed. OG Chery is way nicer. Hence I am thinking of swapping them out, but I really can't be bothered with desoldering the entire board. I've had bad experience with that and would like to avoid it as much as possible.

No, it does not. You should, however, be able to desolder just the stabilized keys and then wiggle out the stabs as the cutouts are huge. OG stabs go back in like a charm, just the spacebar is a bit more annoying as you can't put it in in one piece. If you'd rather desolder all of it something like a ZD-211 desoldering iron works well for one or two boards. I recently got myself a desoldering station which makes it even easier, but the ZD-211 is the budget king. The ZD-211 clogs rather fast, but you can just take a 2.5mm drill and drill it out if that happens.

Thank you for the reply and for the info regarding support for plate mounted stabs.

I agree that the cutouts on the TX75 plate are large compared to other boards I have. It is however smaller than on the TX87. I was able to swap em out on the TX87 but that was just barely. Maybe I'll manage to do the same on my TX75. Need to explore that in more detail, just wanted to check first with the plate mounted stabs route.

The ZD-211 you mention I would have to order from abroad as it is not available in Sweden. As a matter of fact, I have not seen something similar here. Spending a lot of money on a Weller desoldering iron is also something I would like to avoid (I rather spend that money on new custom boards). Regular solder iron and a proper pump does the job. It is just the risk of accidentally damaging the PCB while in the process which is worrying me.

Anyway... Appreciate your answer and I might report back here how it goes. In case anyone will be interested in doing the same.

Edit: I investigated the possibility to swap out the stabs. Not possible... Only one side of the plate has cutouts in contrast to TX87. Swapping out the stabs on that board is very easy, there is plenty of room. Swapping to Zeal stabs requires some clipping/shaving as they are way longer than OG Cherry.

I did however manage to get rid of the rattling stabs on my TX75. So I will not change them after all. Phew! :)

Only required some more lubrication inside the stem where the wire is located. Apparently I did not lube that part. Now my stabs feel and sound great. Just like OG Cherry.

Now I can focus on the next new build instead of having to do a rebuild. :)
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Offline get_weird

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1215 on: Sun, 01 October 2017, 05:12:16 »
If the TX87 goes up again, will the option for an acrylic bottom still be available?

Offline packman86

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1216 on: Sun, 29 October 2017, 02:08:26 »
If you guys would like to be notified for TX-CP extras (B-stock only), please register on txkeyboards.com and I will send out email to all users when I have a confirmation of the quantity. It will be about 10 total.

Thanks for keeping us updated!

Great news! Do you have any time estimation? A week or could it be longer?

I think sometimes in the next 2 weeks.

Did this b-stock sale ever happen?
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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1217 on: Sun, 29 October 2017, 03:57:10 »
If you guys would like to be notified for TX-CP extras (B-stock only), please register on txkeyboards.com and I will send out email to all users when I have a confirmation of the quantity. It will be about 10 total.

Thanks for keeping us updated!

Great news! Do you have any time estimation? A week or could it be longer?

I think sometimes in the next 2 weeks.

Did this b-stock sale ever happen?

Not yet.

We are still repairing the last few Titan grey txcps to complete the GB. Approx. 2 weeks after the fulfillment, we will start selling the extras.


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Offline q1w2e3r4t5z

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1218 on: Wed, 01 November 2017, 02:43:25 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1219 on: Wed, 01 November 2017, 02:46:29 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks
I had the same problem but I fixed this by swapping Capslock to L_Ctrl on JigOn. It's normal now, the Capslock button acts as a Capslock and so does the left Ctrl.

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1220 on: Thu, 16 November 2017, 23:01:34 »
Any chance of a TX TKL board GB going up in the future?

No more GB.
After making, I will sell them.

Tx60 and Tx65 >>> TX100 and TXergo >>> TX84se

Hi kin, may I know when the Tx60 will lunch? it looks sooooo amazing!
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Offline ashwinv11

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1221 on: Fri, 17 November 2017, 15:20:58 »
I love my TX-75. TX-65 will be an instant buy for me  :thumb:

Offline blighty

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1222 on: Sat, 18 November 2017, 12:37:12 »
Is there any info on this "TXergo" board?
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Offline DreLLin

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1223 on: Sat, 18 November 2017, 13:18:53 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks

Have you looked in Jigon to what the key is mapped? You can download the software at kbdlab (http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?document_srl=2702787&mid=board_sw).
There is also an english documentation for the software. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=0
And if you need even more help, there is also some youtube tutorials on using Jigon.

I think I also read somewhere how to swap capslock and control but can't find it at the moment.

Offline poolside

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1224 on: Sat, 18 November 2017, 16:09:39 »
A few more TX-65 pics popped up yesterday. It looks very nice  :thumb:

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1225 on: Sat, 18 November 2017, 19:09:41 »
A few more TX-65 pics popped up yesterday. It looks very nice  :thumb:

 :eek: :eek: :eek:

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1226 on: Wed, 22 November 2017, 02:29:51 »
I sent all preorder of txcp R2.

Offline kitchenace13

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1227 on: Wed, 22 November 2017, 10:23:35 »
I sent all preorder of txcp R2.

Hello, thank you so much for the great work putting this together!  Just wanted to double check what this meant though, does this mean that the TXCP R2 have all been shipped (including the titanium gray)?

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1228 on: Wed, 22 November 2017, 19:19:44 »
I sent all preorder of txcp R2.

Hello, thank you so much for the great work putting this together!  Just wanted to double check what this meant though, does this mean that the TXCP R2 have all been shipped (including the titanium gray)?

Yes. I sent txcp to grey preorder persons.

Offline amnesia0287

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1229 on: Thu, 23 November 2017, 01:13:53 »
A few more TX-65 pics popped up yesterday. It looks very nice  :thumb:

Oooo, how hard are these usually to get? Are they like raffle style? or full GB/Preorder? I'm all about the 65s :D.


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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1230 on: Thu, 23 November 2017, 01:54:48 »
Yes. I sent txcp to grey preorder persons.

Okay thanks, I don't know if I got a tracking number for my grey preorder (invoice #0061) but I'll keep an eye out in the mail.  Thanks again!

11/25 Edit - looks like its at my local post office, will pick it up on Monday!
« Last Edit: Sun, 26 November 2017, 16:10:49 by kitchenace13 »

Offline Kafka

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1231 on: Sun, 26 November 2017, 22:45:15 »
Will there be tx87 like carrying cases for the tx60/65? Or even the desk pads that fit under the boards? I would love both <3

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1232 on: Mon, 27 November 2017, 01:38:02 »
Will there be tx87 like carrying cases for the tx60/65? Or even the desk pads that fit under the boards? I would love both <3
Of course I will make bag for txkeyboards.
It is possible to carry not only keyboard but also wrist rest.

I have made mats for tx87 and txpad.
But it is not popular to many persons.
Only a few persons like it.

It is not difficult to make mats for tx60/tx65/tx84se.
I will try to make mat for them.
« Last Edit: Mon, 27 November 2017, 01:39:51 by kin25 »

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1233 on: Mon, 27 November 2017, 01:51:14 »
Will there be tx87 like carrying cases for the tx60/65? Or even the desk pads that fit under the boards? I would love both <3
Of course I will make bag for txkeyboards.
It is possible to carry not only keyboard but also wrist rest.

I have made mats for tx87 and txpad.
But it is not popular to many persons.
Only a few persons like it.

It is not difficult to make mats for tx60/tx65/tx84se.
I will try to make mat for them.

yay :thumb:

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1234 on: Mon, 27 November 2017, 02:05:48 »
Will there be tx87 like carrying cases for the tx60/65? Or even the desk pads that fit under the boards? I would love both <3
Of course I will make bag for txkeyboards.
It is possible to carry not only keyboard but also wrist rest.

I have made mats for tx87 and txpad.
But it is not popular to many persons.
Only a few persons like it.

It is not difficult to make mats for tx60/tx65/tx84se.
I will try to make mat for them.

<3!!! Would love a TX-CP bag v2 to carry my wrist rest too!!!

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1235 on: Mon, 27 November 2017, 02:39:23 »
Will there be tx87 like carrying cases for the tx60/65? Or even the desk pads that fit under the boards? I would love both <3
Of course I will make bag for txkeyboards.
It is possible to carry not only keyboard but also wrist rest.

I have made mats for tx87 and txpad.
But it is not popular to many persons.
Only a few persons like it.

It is not difficult to make mats for tx60/tx65/tx84se.
I will try to make mat for them.

<3!!! Would love a TX-CP bag v2 to carry my wrist rest too!!!

Sure. I will change the bags design for wrist rest.

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1236 on: Wed, 29 November 2017, 05:56:01 »
Will there be an option for an acrylic diffuser in the future? Looks great. :)

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1237 on: Wed, 29 November 2017, 06:55:08 »
Will there be an option for an acrylic diffuser in the future? Looks great. :)

I have no plan about diffuser for txcp now.

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1238 on: Wed, 29 November 2017, 07:06:42 »
any info about tx-cp extras? ;D

Offline blighty

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1239 on: Fri, 08 December 2017, 11:13:46 »
Any chance of a TX TKL board GB going up in the future?

No more GB.
After making, I will sell them.

Tx60 and Tx65 >>> TX100 and TXergo >>> TX84se

Is there any more information on this upcoming TXergo?  I am kind of tempted by the 84se, but if the TXergo is anything similar to the LZ ergo, I'd wait for it...
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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1240 on: Sun, 31 December 2017, 07:15:30 »
Happy new year~~

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1241 on: Mon, 01 January 2018, 12:58:09 »
Happy 2018, year of the TX-Ergo  :)

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1242 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 13:31:10 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks

Have you looked in Jigon to what the key is mapped? You can download the software at kbdlab (http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?document_srl=2702787&mid=board_sw).
There is also an english documentation for the software. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=0
And if you need even more help, there is also some youtube tutorials on using Jigon.

I think I also read somewhere how to swap capslock and control but can't find it at the moment.

Did you ever find the link for this? I too have the swapped LCtrl and Caps and it's driving me crazy. I tried to remap those keys in Jigon but the keys don't remap. It seems like a hard firmware option since i must have hit the magic key sequence at some point and again trying to remap them does not work. Any help on this would be great, thanks.

Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1243 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 16:31:01 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks

Have you looked in Jigon to what the key is mapped? You can download the software at kbdlab (http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?document_srl=2702787&mid=board_sw).
There is also an english documentation for the software. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=0
And if you need even more help, there is also some youtube tutorials on using Jigon.

I think I also read somewhere how to swap capslock and control but can't find it at the moment.

Did you ever find the link for this? I too have the swapped LCtrl and Caps and it's driving me crazy. I tried to remap those keys in Jigon but the keys don't remap. It seems like a hard firmware option since i must have hit the magic key sequence at some point and again trying to remap them does not work. Any help on this would be great, thanks.

for switching them, push together capslock and L-ctrl for ten seconds

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1244 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 23:25:30 »
That's a really frustrating thing to have deal with. I should add stuff like that when I do an update to that video. I heard jigon got an update that allows for on the fly key sequences to be typed out.

Anyone tried that?

Offline blighty

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1245 on: Wed, 17 January 2018, 06:54:03 »
Happy 2018, year of the TX-Ergo  :)

LOL, Considering any mention/question about the tx-ergo has been ignored, I doubt it.
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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1246 on: Thu, 18 January 2018, 01:07:07 »
Quick question, as it's my first TX keyboard:

Somehow my L_CTRL is acting as Capslock now and I really don't know how to turn it back. I think I might have hit some weird key combo for switching the function? Any help is highly appreciated, thanks

Have you looked in Jigon to what the key is mapped? You can download the software at kbdlab (http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?document_srl=2702787&mid=board_sw).
There is also an english documentation for the software. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=0
And if you need even more help, there is also some youtube tutorials on using Jigon.

I think I also read somewhere how to swap capslock and control but can't find it at the moment.

Did you ever find the link for this? I too have the swapped LCtrl and Caps and it's driving me crazy. I tried to remap those keys in Jigon but the keys don't remap. It seems like a hard firmware option since i must have hit the magic key sequence at some point and again trying to remap them does not work. Any help on this would be great, thanks.

for switching them, push together capslock and L-ctrl for ten seconds

OMG!!!! Thank you. I have tried to hold them together before but I did not know for how long. Caps lock and LCtrl is back in the usual places. Thank you again Kin

Offline Yatin

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1247 on: Fri, 20 April 2018, 16:03:09 »
Is there any information about tx75 pcb?
I want buy one, mine is on bad condition right now  :(

Offline Soraie

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1248 on: Thu, 17 May 2018, 09:28:03 »
Just getting into building keyboards, are there any TX75 for sale? Looking to hopefully just do endgame before I dive too far!

Offline packman86

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1249 on: Thu, 17 May 2018, 09:34:09 »
Just getting into building keyboards, are there any TX75 for sale? Looking to hopefully just do endgame before I dive too far!

Endgame is always the next board you are getting.

The TX75 can be found on reddit.com/r/mechmarket every now and then for ~3-400 USD.
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