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by Red_October
16 Feb 2019, 23:00
Forum: Other external
Topic: Great/Interesting Finds
Replies: 22141
Views: 1028543

Re: Great/Interesting Finds

Oh it definitely is! I feel like shipping cost is modeled by an exponential function rather than a linear one. me: got 3 packages going to the UK! PO guy: sounds good let's hear it me: First one is 2lbs PO guy: Righto, that'll be $28.23 me: Sounds right - next one is 3lbs 2oz PO: guy: Okay, lookin'...
by //gainsborough
16 Feb 2019, 00:13
Forum: Other external
Topic: Great/Interesting Finds
Replies: 22141
Views: 1028543

Re: Great/Interesting Finds

Oh it definitely is! I feel like shipping cost is modeled by an exponential function rather than a linear one. me: got 3 packages going to the UK! PO guy: sounds good let's hear it me: First one is 2lbs PO guy: Righto, that'll be $28.23 me: Sounds right - next one is 3lbs 2oz PO: guy: Okay, lookin' ...
by fohat
09 Feb 2019, 18:30
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Model M Problems
Replies: 27
Views: 594

Re: Model M Problems

7/32" socket but 5.5mm will work.

Just be sure that it is "long" and "thin-walled"
by Le Barde
07 Feb 2019, 11:52
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: [Newbie and DONE] Building an Ortholinear mechanical keyboard
Replies: 67
Views: 2434

Re: [Newbie] Want to create a DIY ortholinear mechanical keyboard

@Laser Thank you for your answer! So, I have tested quite a good things. I even think I had started to brick my Pro Micro card. It seems it is now OK. 1. It seems dfu-programmer never finds the board. How to target it? root# dfu-programmer atmega32u4 erase dfu-programmer: no device present. 2. The b...
by vvp
06 Feb 2019, 20:26
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Does getting a mechanical keyboard increase (damage) if I play an mmo?
Replies: 17
Views: 500

Re: Does getting a mechanical keyboard increase (damage) if I play an mmo?

Interesting. He adds key travel time to the latency and the key travel time is in the range of 16 - 32 ms. Cherry MX registers in the middle of the travel so that would make it 8 - 16 ms latency because of the the travel time. Well, gamers should use microswitch keyboards with about 0.5 - 1 mm trave...
by Le Barde
05 Feb 2019, 21:57
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: [Newbie and DONE] Building an Ortholinear mechanical keyboard
Replies: 67
Views: 2434

Re: [Newbie] Want to create a DIY ortholinear mechanical keyboard

I've got quite far now. I have git-cloned qmk and created my own keyboard directory. QMK is building fine, the Pro Micro card is recognized, but I get this with Avrdude: ~# make lebarde:bepo:avrdude # with user ROOT QMK Firmware 0.6.266 Making [1mlebarde[0m with keymap [1mbepo[0m and target [1mavrdu...
by kbdfr
02 Feb 2019, 08:44
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software
Replies: 5
Views: 210

Re: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software

[…] Before Tiproman replies, let's see if I am correct: Theoretically, Tipro PS/2 controllers work with all systems but can only be programmed in a Windows 32-bit system via its proprietary software. Tipro FREE with USB controllers can be programmed in a Windows 64-bit system. Once programmed it ca...
by Z0MG H4X
25 Jan 2019, 03:16
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software
Replies: 5
Views: 210

Re: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software

I am thinking about getting a Tipro FREE qwerty POS keyboard and the website says that the keyboard can only be programmed through rs232 connection. Do converters work for this or could I run ChangeMe in legacy mode to make it work through PS/2 on a 64 bit system running Win10? Also, are all keys p...
by Menuhin
24 Jan 2019, 11:59
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software
Replies: 5
Views: 210

Re: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software

I am thinking about getting a Tipro FREE qwerty POS keyboard and the website says that the keyboard can only be programmed through rs232 connection. Do converters work for this or could I run ChangeMe in legacy mode to make it work through PS/2 on a 64 bit system running Win10? Also, are all keys p...
by Lanrefni
24 Jan 2019, 06:48
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software
Replies: 5
Views: 210

Re: Question Regarding ChangeMe Tipro Software

Not sure about the RS232,but PS/2 only works with 32 bit Windows,and no a VM won't work.,a bootable thumbdrive with Windows 10 installed with WinToUsb will work though.
by elecplus
17 Jan 2019, 21:52
Forum: Vendors
Topic: More products added
Replies: 228
Views: 15432

Re: More products added

A few tools, 5.5mm and 7/32" sockets, plus a drive handle: https://www.elecshopper.com/1-4-drive-handle.html https://www.elecshopper.com/7-32-6-point-1-4-drive-socket.html https://www.elecshopper.com/5-5mm-6-point-1-4-drive-socket.html NCR4940 keyboard, New https://www.elecshopper.com/ncr-4940-keybo...
by matt3o
17 Jan 2019, 11:37
Forum: Deskthority talk
Topic: DT Update Log and TODO
Replies: 384
Views: 9412

Re: DT Update Log and TODO

I updated the wiki to 1.32, it's a major update and something didn't work as expected (I had to remove some old skins but added a new one). Please report any issue.
by r_avital
13 Jan 2019, 16:05
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Compiling Soarer's converter utilities
Replies: 4
Views: 227

Re: Compiling Soarer's converter utilities

Well, the reason I needed to recompile, is that the pre-built ones don't run on Linux 64 bit, only on 32-bit, even after installing 32-bit compatibility libraries from the Linux distribution. However, running Make from the first-level folder in the tools (under the "source" folder) did compile them ...
by Lanrefni
06 Jan 2019, 14:07
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Tipro MID mod for Autocad
Replies: 9
Views: 402

If you don't want to maintain a second system to program a Tipro board you can grab a copy of 32 bit Win 10,then use WinToUsb to make a bootable USB3.0 drive,then just boot into that drive and program the board. It's a bit of a pain in the butt but it works.
by twasa
21 Dec 2018, 18:48
Forum: Workshop
Topic: How to use a Pro Micro as a cheap controller/converter
Replies: 334
Views: 71129

That's where I started, but that just brings up a list of supported parts, of which atmega32 is the closest, with m32 as the shorthand name. It is a 32-bit avrdude executable, which I think I should look for again. It may be an older version perhaps.
by andrea-i
21 Dec 2018, 14:04
Forum: Workshop
Topic: The Not So Space Saving Keyboard Thread!
Replies: 17
Views: 857

After some serious wrestling to perform the screw mod, a total recolor of the case because the whole resin pot did dry on me before the last touches. After a few broken traces on the membranes, probably due to me fiddling during the screw mod. So, after a *lot* of screw ups, it's finally done. Funny...
by Paco666
19 Dec 2018, 18:39
Forum: For sale
Topic: Blue Selectric I keyset for IBM Beamspring boards
Replies: 45
Views: 1773

525usd :lol: you could get a beamspring for this much a few years ago, and with some luck you can get one even today!! you shot yourself in the foot by posting here :D none have sold in the last three months for below 1200$. And as I said to other people here I don’t make the rules nor do I force p...
by Myoth
19 Dec 2018, 18:10
Forum: For sale
Topic: Blue Selectric I keyset for IBM Beamspring boards
Replies: 45
Views: 1773

525usd :lol: you could get a beamspring for this much a few years ago, and with some luck you can get one even today!! you shot yourself in the foot by posting here :D none have sold in the last three months for below 1200$. And as I said to other people here I don’t make the rules nor do I force p...
by Keybug
16 Dec 2018, 10:18
Forum: For sale
Topic: Keybug's X-mas donation giveaway (switches, keycaps)
Replies: 48
Views: 2089

Keybug's X-mas donation giveaway (switches, keycaps)

The 2018 donation giveaway is now closed. Thank you for giving generously. Greetings, fellow Deskthorians, and welcome to Keybug's great x-mas donation giveaway! Here's how I would like this to go down - I hope no one objects to this modus operandi. 1. Chose item(s) you want below. You can raise bi...
by fohat
02 Dec 2018, 20:35
Forum: Workshop
Topic: My new project (saved today from being scrapped)
Replies: 30
Views: 982

tatsurou wrote:
all I could find was 6/32 imperial bolts
Holy moly that's big!

McMaster-Carr here in Atlanta delivers in a few days but is expensive, ebay from China is insanely cheap but takes 2-3 weeks.
by tatsurou
02 Dec 2018, 19:13
Forum: Workshop
Topic: My new project (saved today from being scrapped)
Replies: 30
Views: 982

They have to be cut, as all I could find was 6/32 imperial bolts :/ Murica is great.
by sh1
28 Nov 2018, 19:41
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: Capacitive vs Regular (membrane) Buckling Spring Tactility?
Replies: 20
Views: 955

A note of caution -- If you attempt to remove the IBM silver badge, it is possible by applying two 3/32 inch flat screw drivers to get underneath the badge's right side. However, they must be applied straight, flat, in. Do not wiggle the screw drivers in the slightest. The metal is quite soft and it...
by Excelso
15 Nov 2018, 01:47
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: IBM M58, the 60% Model M, Very SSK or however IBM called it
Replies: 52
Views: 2206

I'm not sure if it's an original IBM keyboard or not but it fits very well to a precise moment in keyboard development. As I stated before, the PCjr style leds and mods and the fact that PS/2 buckling springs appear as a cheap alternative just when PCjr keyboards fiasco, the new PCJr keyboards and ...
by SneakyRobb
15 Nov 2018, 01:06
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: IBM M58, the 60% Model M, Very SSK or however IBM called it
Replies: 52
Views: 2206

I'm not sure if it's an original IBM keyboard or not but it fits very well to a precise moment in keyboard development. As I stated before, the PCjr style leds and mods and the fact that PS/2 buckling springs appear as a cheap alternative just when PCjr keyboards fiasco, the new PCJr keyboards and ...
by Keybug
07 Nov 2018, 20:41
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: No Software Macropad
Replies: 12
Views: 372

Happy Idiot Talk wrote: AND does not require software to program (I use Linux as my daily driver, so most proprietary software will not run).

I've got a Focus FP-21 macropad, but it only supports ~32 characters per macro key.
Very sorry, seems I only skimmed the OP and missed all the most important parts!!
by digital_matthew
06 Nov 2018, 21:50
Forum: Other external
Topic: Great/Interesting Finds
Replies: 22141
Views: 1028543

Vintage Fortune Systems 32:16 Keyboard - I bought one just like it from the same seller yesterday but this one is a bit more money. Nice one looks super clean though and has the overlay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Fortune-Systems-Keyboard-Untested-32-16/382621119819?hash=item5915fef54b:g:fF4A...
by JP!
06 Nov 2018, 19:27
Forum: Other external
Topic: Great/Interesting Finds
Replies: 22141
Views: 1028543

Vintage Fortune Systems 32:16 Keyboard - I bought one just like it from the same seller yesterday but this one is a bit more money. Nice one looks super clean though and has the overlay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Fortune-Systems-Keyboard-Untested-32-16/382621119819?hash=item5915fef54b:g:fF4AA...
by Happy Idiot Talk
06 Nov 2018, 13:04
Forum: Keyboards
Topic: No Software Macropad
Replies: 12
Views: 372

No Software Macropad

Hi Guys, I purchased a NIB Ortek MCK-142pro a few months back, which I like very much. Well, to be accurate, I love the macro functionality. Each PF key can store over a hundred characters and it's re-programmable on the fly without using any software. This is great because I can store long sequence...
by OldIsNew
06 Nov 2018, 01:40
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Fortune 1000 Keyboard with Digitran Cap Leaf Switches, Xwhatsit USB
Replies: 19
Views: 1299

I just bought one of these on eBay. According to article you linked mine comes from this companies initial model, the 32:16. I am really hoping it has the same switches. Yours turned out super nice with cleanup and retro brighting. Ty! Your board is very cool! A most excellent find! Finding new stu...
by JP!
06 Nov 2018, 00:17
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Fortune 1000 Keyboard with Digitran Cap Leaf Switches, Xwhatsit USB
Replies: 19
Views: 1299

I just bought one of these on eBay. According to article you linked mine comes from this companies initial model, the 32:16. I am really hoping it has the same switches. Yours turned out super nice with cleanup and retro brighting.
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