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I envisioned them being a bit less woodgrain, but ok.

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9 Responses:

  1. MattyJ says:

    The article lacks an explanation of exactly _why_ there are essentially two Y and B keys. Weird.

    No Dvorak. Can't use.

    • jwz says:

      It's common (but not universal) for split keyboards to have "6" on both sides, but I haven't seen "Y" or "B" doubled up before.

      • Borgel says:

        This was definitely because I didn't have it in V1 and it turned out that I crossed over all the time. Adding them was easier than retraining my muscle memory.

      • Karellen says:

        I wouldn't have noticed if you didn't mention it, but whlle that keyboard only has one "6", it's on the "wrong" side!

  2. Dara says:

    I like it! Including the woodgrain. Possibly because I also made a woodgrain keyboard out of plywood once. (I stained it cherry. It's now at the Living Computer Museum, which I find hilarious. :D )

  3. Philip Guenther says:

    "The unpowered screen was the color of the sky on a partly cloudy day, with some trees in the foreground" -- Gilliam Wibson

  4. Aaron says:

    Probably could ebonize it with iron acetate. Then at least it'd be gray woodgrain. (Does plywood have grain, really? Gray chipboard, maybe.)

  5. Chas. Owens says:

    I am sad that Pixel Qi is effectively dead. There transflective screen would be perfect for this sort of build.

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