OK, that probably means that emitting of the tap-key press event is postponed even more (that way you can filter out e.g. the spurious mouse move I mentioned) ... or you touch type very precisely and almost never produce a sequence like press-Enter, press-F, release-Enter, release-F by mistake.Miko wrote: ↑Well, It works great for me, and I do obviously touchtype. Without that neither that layout, nor the ergodox makes much sense. And I'm not slow either. Give it a try, IMHO it's fantastic. It allows more functions on these precocious easy to reach keys. And yes, Space is tap-action, too.
Anyway, I play games sometimes and I definitely could not assign some tap-action to a key which is used in games. Contrary to most programs, games react also to the key press event (and not only to key release events). So key-press event timing is critical too. And I use k80cs, so I have enough thumb keys for dedicated layer-shift. No real use for tap keys for me. I was just curious about tap-key workings and space-fn. I considered tap-keys before k80cs was born.