just tested: qutebrowser is a fast, wayland-native browser with vim keybindings that works well on MNT Reform in the current version. https://qutebrowser.org
Just published detailed MNT Reform assembly instructions with source/spec links of parts: https://source.mnt.re/reform/reform/-/blob/master/ASSEMBLY.md
also implemented a horizontal wheel.
finally got my #mntreform set up just the way I like it
I was using exwm as my X window managerr on my previous machine, which is great because it remaps Emacs keys to "normal" keys so you can hold ctrl-p in Firefox and scroll up and not get 17 print dialogs. but the MNT Reform runs Wayland which doesn't have this feature.
but @mntmn suggested running exwm nested in Xephyr and sticking Firefox inside that. it's ridiculously duct-taped but it works great!
and a second feature about the MNT Reform DIY build https://www.inputmag.com/tech/mnt-reform-review-building-my-own-laptop-keyboard-battery-trackball-specs
INPUT magazine article on MNT Reform just dropped https://www.inputmag.com/reviews/mnt-reform-review-your-diy-laptop-fantasy-is-here-at-last
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