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I just tried my hand at programming this with the included configurator, and I have to say it's SEVERELY lacking. It's "programmable" in a very limited sense. I want do be able to do some of the deeper QMK functions, and this thing doesn't cover them.
Overall though, it's a nicely manufactured keypad. I just can't program it to the way I want it, so it'll sit in my keyboard display case and just look pretty until I can actually do something more with it.
Hey! I'm going to be putting in a pull request to the QMK git repo with the config for the M10-A, so you'll be able to use full QMK with it and go as deep as you want :) The configurator isn't really designed to be able to do everything QMK does, only a subset of the most useful stuff - if we can add more complex behaviour in a simple way, we totally will