Ah! I was trying to remember who else besides DG and Tek used light blue highlights.cactux wrote:I am guessing that this board was buit by Burroughs Corporation/Unisys
I'll bet you're right.
Right, the STAB200 I ordered are for a different project. Thanks.7bit wrote:Yes. As far as I know, the minimum order for the plates is 2, but keep in mind that my layout requires no stabilisers!
Sounds like this IBM beam spring.input nirvana wrote:A key switch that allows a light touch for 'temporary" (Fn) and a firm press for "hold" (keypad on Kinesis), yet still be a regulatr keycap for touch typing purposes.
The obvious place would be AltGr + ‘,’ and ‘.’, but I don't expect Windows does that.prava wrote:I have no other free key to map (I think).
Ugly, and functional?webwit wrote:I like how it is everything Apple does not stand for.
In the early '80s, the German bureaucracy proclaimed in DIN 66-234 (later ISO 9241-4) that a keyboard shall be no thicker than 35mm at the home row. No IBM Selectrics or beam springs need apply.daedalus wrote:I always lol at IBM material describing the Model F as a low-profile keyboard.