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Offline KPrepublic

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New Cospad Case can be used for vertical and horizontal
« on: Fri, 24 August 2018, 02:30:14 »


Cospad New case is on. We name it as Flat.

It could be used for vertical and horizontal.

Aluminium as well but lighter than previous ones.

However, it may be not for RGB-guys. Because there is no diffuser on it.

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Offline leece3

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Re: New Cospad Case can be used for vertical and horizontal
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 22 October 2018, 15:19:14 »
For horizontal, can the same PCB be used? Or are the keycaps put in a 90 degree angle on the switches? Sorry for the noob question.

Also, what key to use to put the board/pcb into reset mode to flash it with QMK? Like on a dz60 PCB you can use Space-B when inserting the USB cable to put the board into RESET mode.. which key to use on the cospad to get the same effect, or is there a reset button on it?

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Re: New Cospad Case can be used for vertical and horizontal
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 11 November 2018, 00:52:36 »
For horizontal, can the same PCB be used? Or are the keycaps put in a 90 degree angle on the switches? Sorry for the noob question.

Also, what key to use to put the board/pcb into reset mode to flash it with QMK? Like on a dz60 PCB you can use Space-B when inserting the USB cable to put the board into RESET mode.. which key to use on the cospad to get the same effect, or is there a reset button on it?

Thanks!!!

Hello

Sorry for the late reply.

Quite busy so that no time to reply messages. Sorry again.

Same PCB for the horizon. You are right just turn the keycaps in 90 degree.

As for QMK, sorry I have no idea as well.

The cospad use TKG to reflash. And the reset button in the back of the PCB.