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Are there any similar keyboards with similar layout (preferably with arrow keys), which is programmable ?
arda
Not at this price point. Your options are pretty much DDMicro and Minivan.

The Vortex Core should support arrows like this with the custom Atom47 PCB but you will need a custom switch plate (or go plateless).

I've headd rumors that some people are working on a programmable PCB for this board.
white!!! white!!!!!
It's too bad this keyboard wasn't designed to allow picking between an extended (or split) space bar or the large right shift key (as currently shown). A simple dip switch on the back is all that would be needed, along with another key cap to swap in. I love everything about this layout, but will never train my left hand to tap the space bar -- which I see quite a few comments here about. This probably makes it a non-starter for a bunch of potential customers. I hope Magicforce reads this kind of feedback.
how do you use the f keys?
Bloodwing
I would assume with the Function Key.
Balizzm
Yup (bought it some drops ago)
Any chance to get an AZERTY pattern choice for EU customers?
lack of programmability sucks, but I have this board with greens and absolutely love it for typing notes or anything rapid. It’s extremley satisfying because the layout is nice and the arrow keys make it just enough
spookywagon
I love blank XDA key caps. what profile is alapha and special key with numeric key? It looks good...
spookywagon
I wonder how did you remap the up arrow key to the colon key?
Can you use QMK together with this keyboard? Answers are very appreciated <3
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Alright, thank you so much for the reply!
ProNos
Thanks for asking. I came here to ask the same question. Lack of programmability is the deal breaker for me, too, sadly.
Just got my keyboard, love the size and weight. Small enough to be portable and heavy enough so that it sits properly on the table.

The LED options are nice as well.
Hey guys, first post on here, and I must say I am in love with this keyboard. I recently was in the market for a small, cheap, and portable mech and this one was a perfect fit. Unfortunately I missed the drop but this exact model was on amazon for the exact same price! Anyways, I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction for a 40% Keycap set for this mech because all of the sets if found have been lacking in the correct print (ie. Q,1, and !). Any help would be much apprecitated :)

Also, regarding the left side space-bar and functionality/usefulness of this board, I have not ran into any problems that have been too troublesome, like I said, I am in love with this keyboard!
a1guru
I have the same issue with the Mistel Barocco. You probably can’t get a key cap set that maps exactly.

I use a vomit set (grab bag) and just need to memorize the FN key mappings.
Just got shipping notification. Must have a lot left over units from the last drop.
I jumped on this drop before looking at these comments. After reviewing things here I decided top drop out of this drop, sorry guys.

At first this looked perfect, has all of the keys I need without too many compromises-- but actually, it has too many odd things that would make it too weird for me.

The biggest oddity I couldn't get over, the thing that made me drop out was this:
Space bar on the left thumb instead of the right-- I don't think I could ever adjust my typing style to use left thumb, and not all the devices I'd use this with could easily switch this.

I want a small keyboard I can use with my phone to make it easier for me to do remote SSH work in emergencies, like when I am out and about and need to log in to work and do some light Linux stuff/programming modifications, without having to bring a whole laptop with me. I can deal with using a function modifier key to access ;:[]{} and F1-F12 etc, but I just can't retrain myself to use my left thumb for spacebar. My brain is not wired that way and never will be, and I don't think I can reprogram the right shift key to be a spacebar in Android. If I am wrong, someone let me know and I might get back on the drop.
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Chaoticmass
I found out there's actually easy key remapping software for android, so I'm back in the drop
Chaoticmass
honestly i thought the same thing about the left thumb space, but i trained my left thumb to type space within 2-3 days. i'm very right-hand dominant (i hold the top of the broom with my right hand) but it wasn't too bad to switch over. i don't make that many mistakes anymore, and i've found that having shift under my thumb is more convenient for me cuz i only use the right shift anyway. i do have other gripes with the keyboard, but i think it's a fun little toy to play around with and get used to for the fun of it. just my two cents.

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