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How to add more LED mode for RGB ? Like pressing a button and it will change the mode. My code is like this
int ButtonZ = 9;
int ButtonX = 10;


void setup()
{
pinMode(ButtonZ, INPUT);



pinMode(ButtonX, INPUT);


}

void loop()
{
if (digitalRead(ButtonZ) == 0)
{
Keyboard.press('z');

delay(5);
}
if (digitalRead(ButtonZ) == 1)
{
Keyboard.release('z');

}
if (digitalRead(ButtonX) == 0)
{
Keyboard.press('x');

delay(5);
}
if (digitalRead(ButtonX) == 1)
{
Keyboard.release('x');

}
}
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AddDominator wrote:

How to add more LED mode for RGB ? Like pressing a button and it will change the mode. My code is like this
int ButtonZ = 9;
int ButtonX = 10;


void setup()
{
pinMode(ButtonZ, INPUT);



pinMode(ButtonX, INPUT);


}

void loop()
{
if (digitalRead(ButtonZ) == 0)
{
Keyboard.press('z');

delay(5);
}
if (digitalRead(ButtonZ) == 1)
{
Keyboard.release('z');

}
if (digitalRead(ButtonX) == 0)
{
Keyboard.press('x');

delay(5);
}
if (digitalRead(ButtonX) == 1)
{
Keyboard.release('x');

}
}
just use switch()
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Anyone have a PCB guide ? Plz Help
posted
Деньга дай =) нет деняг
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UPDATE August 12, 2018:

Hi again everyone,

After slow progress on my end due to juggling different projects I have finished a rough draft of the newer updated guide. Hopefully, even with the rough formatting, people should find the ideas expressed in the doc easier to absorb than last time. However, for the time being, the guide exists as a doc file and currently not formatted to osu! forum standards.

Also, SANWA V2 has been finished.

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Coming back, just to say thanks about this nice tutorial, you're the best
https://imgur.com/a/2WP4SMc
posted

AddDominator wrote:

Oof... the betrayal is real xD
posted

The Gambler wrote:

AddDominator wrote:

Oof... the betrayal is real xD
Thanks you for the tutorial <3
posted
I've made an osukeyboard with a
mouse(ve broken、and a little box to cover them,but now it still have no lights and not goodlooking at all
Here I am Looking forward to develop an new kind of osuing key board which's able to put one all hand on it and give players a much more comfortable enverment to power there brain(IQ+10
(:DL
posted

ZisonZishen wrote:

I've made an osukeyboard with a
mouse(ve broken,keys and a little box to cover them,but now it still have no lights at all,and not goodlooking
Here I am Looking forward to make an new osu key board which's able to put on fingers and more cheap(:D
and it's still an idea lol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM598vSvPu0&t=221s Try this
posted

AddDominator wrote:

ZisonZishen wrote:

I've made an osukeyboard with a
mouse(ve broken,keys and a little box to cover them,but now it still have no lights at all,and not goodlooking
Here I am Looking forward to make an new osu key board which's able to put on fingers and more cheap(:D
and it's still an idea lol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM598vSvPu0&t=221s Try this
ahh,39
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Skylone18 wrote:

Just a question;
Are you using any resistors?
I see a resistor in the first figure of your guide, but on second figure and in the third one, I do not see any.
Arduino leonardo don't need resistors
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https://imgur.com/a/8cU9PEZ
Thanks to Ruqimao and Gambler <3
posted
A few billion years late, but how do you suppose you would get cherry mx slivers?
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genericgarbage wrote:

A few billion years late, but how do you suppose you would get cherry mx slivers?
I don't think MX Silver is marketed as a custom keyboard product. I would rather you check out other switches instead: https://input.club/the-comparative-guide-to-mechanical-switches/

Since you said you wanted Silvers, I suggest looking at other equivalents like Kailhua Red, BOX Red, Gateron Clears, Matias Linear, etc.
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UPDATE 02/09/2019: Small updates for you guys. I uploaded the full version of my own working code onto the repository, along with some repo cleaning. Hopefully, everything should make a bit more sense.

I have also prototyped some PCBs along the way, like the 8-Pack and the 4-Square, each under their own repositories in my account. Should make for some more compact and interesting builds.

Otherwise, just letting you know that I'm still here (as once in osu!, always in osu!).

Happy clicking :)
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