Does anyone use different switch in their board

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AgilityxD
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Aug 19, 2019
Yea I have browns on my main keys WASD space shift etc and blues with live on o-rings on the rest
tobiasvl
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Aug 13, 2019
At work I have Zilent 78g on alphas and Healios on modifiers and spacebar.
Jubs23
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Aug 10, 2019
yes i do reds blacks and browns
zshang
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Aug 8, 2019
yes I have a kind of complicated setup on my Red Scarf II: Alphas: Cherry MX White Modifiers (not including FNs): Cherry MX Green FNs: Cherry MX Gray (Linear) Arrows: Cherry MX Clear Macros on the left side: Cherry MX Gray (Tactile) Rationale: I liked Cherry MX White's feeling for its clicky but slightly softer pressure than Green, hence alphas are MX White Modifiers are less used than alphas, hence green (didn't want to used a very different switch, that would be too inconsistent) FNs are linear to keep them easy to be identified (I have a splited LShift: [1.25 shift][1 fn]) and easy to press I use Vim's keymapping for the most of typing / coding, the arrow keys I used most are hjkl, the real arrow keys are mostly used for gaming, hence a completely different from others Similar reason for macro keys, and I just had 10 Tactile Grays left, lol
younawolf
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Aug 28, 2019
Impressive
RobotDeathSquad
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Jul 31, 2019
yes, 100%. I always use tactile or clicky switches for alphas and I use linear (speed usually) switches for the modifiers.