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Hi, Im new to this keycap stuff. I always see pics of keyboards without a numeric pad. Are these keycap sets sold without numeric pad keycaps? Is it optionel?
Most keycap 'sets' of custom keycaps are either GMK-level of full coverage (104 and everything in between in one set), or usually start out with 60% or Tenkeyless (87U) layouts. The alphas of this set appear to include the numpad numbers, but the mods are separate. Makes it optional for those of us who don't use a traditional full size keyboard.
For this set you would need to buy the calculus set on top of an alpha set to cover the num pad.
The sets are sold as series of "kits" which include different keys. In this case, for example, the "alpha" sets include the "number" legend keys for a number pad, but you would need a "calculus" kit to complete it.
Like a couple users said, there are different kits being offered so you only need to get the ones required for your specific keyboard. For example, I use a 60% keyboard therefore I won't need any of the Calculus kits. Makes sense?
Thanks a lot for all your replies! Its clear now 😄👍🏻