I have also found some double-modified keys to be awkward. The oneshot
modifier helps a bit, turning C-s-c into three separate key presses,
instead of one terrible chord on the left hand. Or, in my case, letting
me hit Alt-! with two presses, fn then Alt-q, rather than hitting alt
and fn at the same time on the right hand.
Still, it's easier to re-bind those shortcuts to something more
manageable when possible. C-Alt-% was a pain on a full keyboard, and
it's not easier on the atreus.
On Thu, Aug 31, 2017, at 02:47 AM, pepijn de vos wrote:
As I wrote previously, QMK solved some issues I had with the keyboard
not responding.> As you say, the documentation and the process of making your
layout is just more pleasant.> Previous post:
I still have not found a good solution for the ctrl+shift+c shortcut.>
On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 7:38 AM, Phil Hagelberg
<phil@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:>> Scott Windsor <swindsor@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Aug 30, 2017, at 6:33 PM, Phil Hagelberg <phil@xxxxxxxxxx>
Tap vs hold is what sold it for me.
Hm; I could have sworn TMK has that as well, but that highlights
another>> big difference: the docs for QMK are dramatically better. That
counts>> for a lot.
I'll give it a try on my own board and see how it goes. Definitely
interested in hearing from others who have tried it.