N-key on CTRL Keyboard

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Does anyone know a way to keep n-key rollover instead of the default 6 key rollover after disconnecting my keyboard? Or if there's a way to use the keyboard configurator to make n-key rollover default that'd be great but I couldn't find anything like that.
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ottobonn
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Oct 10, 2020
I have also been working on adding saved settings to the CTRL. You can follow the instructions on my blog (https://www.travisgeis.com/2020/10/05/adding-persistent-settings-to-drop-ctrl/) to enable persistent memory, then install this firmware, and the keyboard will save its settings when it loses power. Here's the firmware link: https://github.com/ottobonn/qmk_firmware I just added n-key rollover to the settings that the keyboard saves and tested it on my CTRL. Let me know if you have questions!
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Oct 13, 2020
https://www.travisgeis.com/2020/10/05/adding-persistent-settings-to-drop-ctrl/ This link doesn't work btw. Honestly, this might just be more trouble then it's worth. Kind of a joke I even have to do this myself anyways.
ottobonn
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Oct 10, 2020
Here's the note from QMK about it: `NKRO_ENABLE` This allows the keyboard to tell the host OS that up to 248 keys are held down at once (default without NKRO is 6). NKRO is off by default, even if `NKRO_ENABLE` is set. NKRO can be forced by adding `#define FORCE_NKRO` to your config.h or by binding `MAGIC_TOGGLE_NKRO` to a key and then hitting the key. So you can edit the config.h file for the CTRL and add `#define FORCE_NKRO` to it. I am not sure if there is a way to do it without compiling new firmware.