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  1. Mar 2019
    1. How UHK Compares Ultimate Hacking Keyboard Matias Ergo Pro ErgoDox EZ Keyboardio Kinesis Advantage Price $250 $200 $250 $329 $299 Truly split Yes Yes Yes Yes No Super compact Yes No No No No Uses Cherry MX-style key-switches Yes No Yes No Yes Mouse control Yes Yes No Yes No Fully programmable Yes No Yes Yes No Easily customizable* Yes No No No No Familiar, staggered layout Yes Yes No No No Open Source Yes No Yes Yes No *”Easily customizable” is defined as one-click configuration
    2. I like that the keyboard halves can get so far apart, but how can I attach the halves where I want them? Like on the side of an armchair? We had this exact use-case in mind when designing the stainless steel threaded inserts. There are four per halve, and allow you to put screws in from the back so you can mount your keyboard to almost anything.
    3. Do you plan to release a Bluetooth version or a version featuring a matrix/columnar layout? We’re considering it but not anytime soon.
  2. Aug 2018
  3. May 2017
    1. You carry some gadget, a phone or a watch or a pendant or an implant in your palm, and use it to animate any screen or surface you encounter.

      This would be useful in some situations, but maybe not when you don't want others to see what you are looking at.

  4. Feb 2017
  5. May 2016
    1. sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration

      This worked well for me with a Dell Vostro 3550 and Ubuntu Server 14.04.4 virtualised inside VirtualBox (Version 5.0.16 r105871). When you run this command, the shell will present the configurator and the choices this user recommends are valid mostly. By contrast, I chose the Dell SK-8125 as a reasonably close match to the Vostro 3550. I also set the left Alt key to function as the AltGr key and this solved the problem. Now, if I want to type the pipe ( | ) character, I use the key combination


      This is not the most intuitive solution; but it works!

  6. Oct 2015
  7. Jul 2015
    1. Sort by Newest s then n Sort by Oldest s then o

      It would be less confusing if these commands were the same as the Chrome Pocket app, which is ALT + 5, but glad to know that this functionality isn't gone!