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Hey everyone! There's been a few questions on the keymap so here's a quick graphic to show where everything is on the Fn layer.
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AND, here's my rough build guide on the easiest way to put the keyboard together - pics coming soon!
1) Install Stabilizers onto PCB 2) Place 3-4 switches into opposite corners of the case for pcb alignment('esc' + 'z', `]' + 'fn' etc.). 3) Turn keyboard upside down and place pcb onto switches, making sure none of the switch legs get bent. 4) lightly screw in the pcb to the top case. 5) Turn keyboard back over and install remaining switches 6) Tighten pcb screws and screw in bottom plate. 7) Add rubber feet to bottom of keyboard. 8) Install keycaps 9) Start typing!
subadanus
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Aug 29, 2018
no they mount to the pcb, the snap in foot goes in the bigger hole
tokyocoffeenerddo you screw in the stabilizers on the pcb?
what are these rubber things on the top of the case? do you remove them to put screws in?
subadanus
376
Aug 29, 2018
Hungry.Sandwicherwhat do you mean rubber things?
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subadanus
376
Aug 29, 2018
Hungry.Sandwicheri... didnt see anything like that on my board
subadanuswhat did yours look like? lol...
subadanus
376
Aug 29, 2018
Hungry.Sandwicherit looked like what should be right under that, its like yours has an extra bit on top
Hungry.SandwicherYou can safely remove that before screwing everything into your case.
That should have been removed during the manufacturing - it's used to block off the screw boss during anodization.
kfox
38
Aug 29, 2018
tokyocoffeenerdMy 'fn' key is permanently "pressed." I had all keys working when I tested it, and I hit the buttons in a wrong way and now the 'fn' is permanently 'pressed' like I said. Is there any way to fix this or reset the board? EDIT: THERE IS A RESET BUTTON ON THE CIRCUIT BOARD
kfoxLooks like you set a layer lock!
Try L-Shift + R-Shift + 0 to reset to the default alpha/num layer.
Here's some other cool stuff you can do by holding left + right shift: https://github.com/qmk/qmk_firmware/blob/master/docs/feature_command.md
subadanusHey @Hungry.Sandwicher - was just about to reply saying someone else had the same issue... but it was you!
Did you get this figured out?
JasonATXBS
68
Aug 31, 2018
tokyocoffeenerdTHANK YOU for these instructions. They made building my two Tokyo60's a breeze!
tokyocoffeenerdThanks! i got it figured out. this is a great keyboard, now i'm trying to figure out how to use the QMK configurator thing
1agremy1
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Jul 15, 2021
subadanusYou also need a 7u spacebar. I purchased the GMK Red Samurai's. Everything works great other than the space bar.
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