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I don't think I'm that picky about

2023-01-20 17:45:04.206248+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

I don't think I'm that picky about keyboards, I regularly switch between several different types with several different feels, but I just drove home again so I don't have to type on my MacBook Pro's keyboard.

Of course now we have the "spend far too long fiddling with Karabiner Elements" to get the keyboard mapped reasonably stage of plugging a keyboard into this thing.

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#Comment Re: I don't think I'm that picky about made: 2023-01-21 02:08:18.22568+01 by: spc476

Be picky! Fall to the Dark Side! The mechanical keyboards are calling ...

#Comment Re: I don't think I'm that picky about made: 2023-01-21 02:09:37.377531+01 by: spc476

I typed that previous message on an IBM Model M connected to a Mac mini. The previous IBM Model M I was using lasted about twenty years, and quite possibly it just needs a good cleaning.

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