I haven't really tried it recently, but I always felt depressing keys on my Model M was a bit harder than it should be.
The connector—fair enough. I use my Das Keyboard with PS/2 for full n-key rollover, plus of course PS/2 sends an interrupt as opposed to being polled.
PS My Model M's from '92, neener, neener. (But if your Model M has an ANSI layout I'm still jealous; mine's ISO.)
It would seem that I use a yet another keyboard layout that is neither ANSI, nor ISO.
Hmm, it's harder than most keyboards, but actually not that much harder than my Type 7. Older Sun keyboards are a little bit softer though.
I'm not sure what you're referring to anyway
Removable keycaps, british layout
I agree. That's the key I expect to be under Return, and which is generally found on the right hand side of the keyboard.
The Compose key sounds like a Linux feature. I have never used it, and I have never seen support for it in Windows. But it sounds similar to the Dead Key.
There's also the Unix layout. You'll note Ctrl and Caps Lock are switched, and the presence of a real Compose key.
Quote from: Macallan on 2014-01-07, 18:03:10Removable keycaps, british layout That's the same then, except mine has Dutch keycaps. So I stick to mine's older, neener, neener.
You get the general idea? I want the caps lock key out of the way!
Quote from: ersi on 2014-01-21, 16:17:03You get the general idea? I want the caps lock key out of the way!But you don't need a special keyboard for that: just tell your OS to treat the Caps Lock key as an extra Control key. As I'm sure I've said, I use Caps Lock as Compose.