OK, MNT Reform Standalone Keyboard (USB) in 7 psychedelic colors:
@a i believe LUFA is also in QMK somewhere. my main keyboard logic is basically one .c file, Keyboard.c. it is pretty easy to mold to your needs if you know basic C programming.
@mntmn Oh my GOD I didn't realize one of them was translucent at first! Finally someone recognizes that it's worth bringing back!!
@mntmn sweet! the split space bar looks interesting, too.
are the switches socketed (i.e. can they be changed) by any chance? not a huge fan of browns, although I haven't tried Kailh's take on them
@mntmn Either the whites (clicky, 50g) or the blues (linear, 25g), depending on how noisy I want to be.
@deshipu strange, my experience is completely different. i only know what you describe from cherry ML
@mntmn I have only ever used Kailh chocs, so I may be spoiled. There is a test set of 13 different switches you can get on Ali.
At some point I want to experiment with replacing the springs for 25g or lighter in the whites.
so nice! I like that stand/handle concept.
I think it might look slightly nicer if the key engraving was vertically centered, at least for arrows, circle, backspace etc. Or does that positioning improve visibility with backlight or something?
@mntmn ☹️ white / teal choc would be so good, any chance of it being a kit? I can solder hot swap sockets. Or maybe I'll try to print PCB instead and build on top of that (not sure where to source OLED screen)
@wisemonkey sure we can make a kit where you can solder in your own keyswitches. but i also plan to do a version with whites. teal i haven't tried yet!
@mntmn oh sockets are on bottom part of PCB (may change case), let me see if I can find some pics to show
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