Thanks for those photos, it looks like a nice fit!Meesters wrote:Did you decide already if you are going to make something with your Digitouch?
I don't know if I've said this to you before, so at the risk of repeating myself, and especially if it could be helpful to an interested buyer in your locale, you may be able to work around one or both of those issues. For instance, if the DigiTouch is reprogrammable with the same utilities the other FingerWorks devices were, then you could probably fix the layout to match your computer with some effort. Alternatively, assuming the layout doesn't match because you are using a non-US English layout, you could switch to the "US - International" layout. This would presumably make the backslash line up right while simultaneously giving you access to many international characters. For instance '+a gives me á and '+A gives me Á while `+a gives me à and etc. ~ and ^ and " also have this behavior for certain letters, and many symbols are also served with CTRL+ALT and CTRL+ALT+SHIFT, for instance CTRL+ALT+S gives me ß and CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+Z gives me Æ. This is in Windows, and there are some characters I can't get with this layout in Windows, like ń (used charmap to get that), but I think the "US - International" layout in Linux is even more effective.TorbenGB wrote:As useful as the DigiTouch is, my biggest challenge is that I don't use the US layout and I miss some international characters - I find that even the printed layout doesn't fully match and I can never find the backslash. Bottom line is that I don't really use it and it should go to a home where it gets more appreciation.
Oh absolutely; it's simply the good odl MacNTouch device in a plastic case and an USB cable attached.The00Dustin wrote:TorbenGB wrote:if the DigiTouch is reprogrammable with the same utilities the other FingerWorks devices were
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