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Deadline Studio Doys Macropad

Deadline Studio Doys Macropad

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Product Description
The Deadline Studio Doys Macropad is a quirky little control surface that absolutely exudes playful style and vintage charm. Designed to look almost like an old-school battery-powered radio, this little macropad sports an electro-plated tie rod on the top that looks like a chrome handle and adds a little bumped-out space when you lay it on your desk Read More
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So the keycaps aren't included?
Keycaps are included
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KeebmonkeyFor clarification — 8 square keycaps are included to match the 8 switch positions? If so, what are the keycap designs and colors? Exactly the same as each color version shown in the images? the keycaps are not shown in image #10, so it is unclear what “keycaps are included” actually means.
Omnia
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Apr 20, 2024
My Doys Pad recently arrived and i cant find any instructions or downloads for the keyboard anywhere. Where can I located at least the jason files to work with VIA? Also how do you connect with Bluetooth?
tracy.ah
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May 10, 2024
I was just looking for reviews on this product and I saw someone on another site say the json file(s?) can be found on deadline's discord: https://discord.gg/vxdyszrf I haven't checked it out myself but hopefully that helps you find what you need if you haven't already.
dendo91
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Apr 3, 2024
Is this macropad customizable with "VIA"?
Yes
jeso
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Apr 3, 2024
Can the rgb be controlled individually by software on a Mac?
Yes
MinaDarsh
334
Apr 7, 2024
I'm always very hesitant with these kinds of products, I do see in another Q&A that the board supports VIA, thus it might run QMK, is it possible to see the code that is used for its features, is there a QMK fork somewhere? Tried Googling it but didn't find anything yet.