@wxcafe this is badass
@wxcafe this is like the keynoard equivalent of those toe shoes
@the_gayest_doggo it looks better when it's not opened up
@wxcafe oh i didnt mean to say it didnt look good i just thought it was interestingly similar to toe shoes for your hands
@the_gayest_doggo haha I guess yes
@the_gayest_doggo that's what i thought too, the key columns even have 3 knuckle bones and everything
which is all to say we should normalize toe shoes
> a [Prog] key that starts playing prog rock
You win my internets today.
@wxcafe This is a keyboard that I'd need to use for at least a month or two before considering purchasing for myself.
I'm guessing the key switches are some Cherry-type switch?
@vertigo yep they're cherry MX clear
@wxcafe do you have those cybernetic typing fibers from ghost in the shell
@wxcafe my autocorrect doesn't understand why anyone would willingly type "fingers"
@tekniklr unfortunately no
@wxcafe that looks awesome
@wxcafe nice board
@wxcafe "does the 'on' in 'on my keyboard' mean 'using' or 'about'?"
@wxcafe have you tried the Chrysalis GUI editor? It’s gotten really good in the last few months and works way better for me than having to build firmware myself.
@fluffy I don't think it'd handle the weird shit I do with my firmware honestly, like the whole steno stuff, the various hotkeys (oops I might have uploaded my previous version of my firmware without the hotkeys), ...
@wxcafe That's fair! It will work pretty well with the standard EEPROM layout plugin but anything else is outside of its wheelhouse.
@fluffy yup that makes sense! It's also pretty fun to play with the C firmware imo ^~^
@wxcafe yeah, I just wanted to be able to iterate more quickly, especially with colors
So how fast can you type on it?