I got the v2.1 keypad and it didnt have the drivers :C could someone plz send me like a link or anything?
Sorry for taking so long to respond to you on Etsy! There are no drivers and I've messaged you with all of the information you should need.
Mr MuZhiE wrote:I got the v2.1 keypad and it didnt have the drivers :C could someone plz send me like a link or anything?
Thank you, glad you like it!
-stratosphere- wrote:I got the keynoard today and i am more than happy with it, keep up the good work !!
I did at least read it when i read the post, it just took a while to respond
-[CoalMiester]- wrote:Hey Thnikk, I sent you a PM. Please read it
I'd just like to clarify at the beginning here that the keypads are not ordered numerically. They go in this order, from least to most features:
Camimaou wrote:Hey, what's the difference between Basic & 1.1 version of the keyboard, please ?
I've said I was interested in doing this in the past, but I think it's just too much work for me with the way things are set up. Not within the near future.
nebbii wrote:how much for a 7+1k or 14key one
Sorry, I know it's way past labor day now. I'll update the thread and the shop page.
Miralyn wrote:When is the shop coming back up? Labor day weekend is over
-[CoalMiester]- wrote:Is it possible to swap out the switches on the keypad for a different one?
Thnikk wrote:The switches themselves are pcb-mount but they're closer to plate-mounted. If you wanted to replace the switches, all you should need is your switches, a soldering iron, and a hot glue gun. Since you'd need a soldering iron to remove pcb-mounted switches, I can't imagine you'd run into any problems
It's not ideal for me to be gluing the switches in, but hot glue is VERY easy to remove with a little bit of rubbing alcohol and a hot glue gun only costs ~$2.50 at most craft stores, so I'd rather have them solid on the unit than try to cut my cases with machine precision (by hand,) especially considering how easy it is to replace.