Well, lookie here. A box of Holy Pandas was just delivered.
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Rx003
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Oct 16, 2020
Ohhhh nice! What I usually do is go linear on a 65% board and tactile for 75% and up.
Cymmetry
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Oct 16, 2020
Ahhh, right on. That makes a lot of sense. And I can see why you'd want the silent linear switches for gaming. I go through phases with gaming where I'm going hog-wild, and then I won't play for months. Currently, I'm not doing a lot of gaming. I work remotely as a programmer, though, so I'm on my keyboard all day -- like you, I am really loving the sound and feel of the tactile switches. Though you just made me think of when I'm on conference calls and need to do some typing. Silent switches might be just the thing so everyone doesn't have to listen to me type, LOL. Good suggestion about trying out switches by just hitting the alphas, since that would cover the majority of what I type. I'll have to give that a shot. Thanks for the advice!
Rx003
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Oct 16, 2020
I feel you on the conference calls as I work remotely as well due to the situation we are in but that's the time I switch to my 65% lol. Anyways glad to help with the suggestions! I do have a soundtest for Novelkeys cream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPdxRxCS-_A If you have time maybe you can check it out, cheers!