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w00m
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Gah I want this but the location of the { and } keys arej ust bothering me...
Apr 28, 2016
LucienK
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The whole point of this keyboard is that you can give it any layout you want... See this thread for examples of what people have done: https://input.club/forums/topic/share-your-layout
Apr 28, 2016
w00m
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Just needs 2 more columns on the right and i'd order I think..
Apr 28, 2016
LucienK
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if they did that, it'd be more of a stretch. One of the main reasons buy this keyboard is because it's ergonomic. I just bind symbols that I use frequently (ie when programming) to a separate layer on the home row + the one above it on my left hand. Chording a layer switch and home row to type out {}()/\[] is very easy to get used to since it doesn't force you to contort your fingers.
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w00m
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there is some value in standard though; am I going to invest 600usd in keyboards to match home and office workspaces? or just learn one and live with the other...
Apr 28, 2016
LucienK
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I personally have an ergodox infinity and ergodox ez, and I set slightly different firmware layouts on each; the Infinity configurator isn't as powerful as TMK in some areas, and I haven't gotten around to trying TMK on the infinity. I have very little trouble switching between my ergodoxes, which are each in colmak, with different bindings on the non-primary layers, and my laptop / microsoft ergo keyboard. TBH right now, I'm just carrying the infinity home because I like the zealious keyswitches so much more than the browns on my EZ. There's no reason to spend $600 on keyboards to start with - when I first got the EZ, I left it at work and typed on a membrane keyboard home without any issues other than annoyance at how crappy a keyboad it was. If you later decide it's worth the investment, you can spend another $300 to buy a second - massdrop / inputclub probably isn't going go stop offering a keyboard as popular as this one is.
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