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kb for Unicode ツ

Posted: 11 Jan 2020, 02:02
by chibo
i bought dz60 with QMK firmware, and it's awesome, but after i started to going deeper i realised that it is very limited in terms of really not standard layouts and especially about working with unicode

it simply puts unicode hex code in string and than char by char posted it and convert into symbol after it finished posting

so it useless....

Is there some hardware which is can hold in memory every unicode symbol and works without problems with android, TV, PC, etc. ?

Re: kb for Unicode ツ

Posted: 11 Jan 2020, 04:00
by MMcM
The problem is the receiving side: there is no commonly supported way to send arbitrary Unicode over USB.

For more details, see and the thread back here to which it links.

Re: kb for Unicode ツ

Posted: 11 Jan 2020, 18:33
by chibo
So, as far i can understand there is no ready solution, that really sad...

i thought some ARM boards can do that, but it turned out to be much more complicated than I imagine, meh