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Trapvandal
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Mar 16, 2021
How does one even type on this beautiful thing. Two hands and next level coordination?
sheldonmlee
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Apr 13, 2021
You would probably want to use a "proper" touch-typing technique, where each finger is responsible for certain columns of keys. If you do this already on a normal row-stagger keyboard, you would only have to adjust to the column-stagger instead of the row-stagger you find in most keyboards. As for numbers and special characters, they are probably under special "layers" activated by most likely the thumb keys (LWR, RSE). They act similar to shift keys, in the way that it transforms your lower case keys to upper case keys when held. Only these layer keys can change those same lower case keys to numbers and special characters. These boards are fully programmable (they usually use the QMK firmware), so you can map the keys to whatever you want and have features like dual function keys without layers. For example, the right shift key can act as shift when held, but enter then tapped. This helps to optimize the usage of the limited amount of keys.
Trapvandal
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Mar 16, 2021
How does one even type on this beautiful thing. Two hands and next level coordination?