Is there any chance of a UK ISO Add On Kit coming for this? I'd really like to be able to get that separately (as I've already bought this, but I'm limited to what keyboards I can use them on at the moment!)
Most keyboard layouts and mechanical keyboards in particular are optimized for Windows-based machines and the shortcuts used within that ecosystem. If you’re a Mac user, or considering switching to Mac, you might be wondering how compatible your mechanical keyboard will be or if you need to do anything to improve the experience. What happens when you plug a standard mechanical keyboard into a Mac By default, the modifier keys on the left side of the bottom row will map as follows: Mac Control = Win Control Mac Option = Win Alt Mac Command = Win WinKey Taking a look at the layout of the two types of keyboards, this default mapping presents a layout change that might frustrate you and clash with your muscle memory. The locations of Cmd and Opt are swapped, placing Cmd in the center of the three keys. To rectify this, there are a couple different options, the latter of which may or may not be available depending on the model of keyboard you have or are considering. How to remap...
Just bought a Super 16 V2 Macropad. I opt for the rotary encoders (x2), but did not care for any of the knob options. All this and now I am on a hunt for rotary encoder knobs! Is there some secret knob shop..ururrrr rotary encoder accessory store I don't know about?! Please help! Desperately seeking knobs.........for my keyboard.
I bought one of these when it came out and promptly lost it. I found it yesterday and plugged it into my MBP. It doesn't seem like I can get the Keyboard Assistant to recognize it since it doesn't have Shift keys. Only the C and V keys work, the Ctrl key does nothing as far as I can tell. Any ideas out there?