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Split columnar-staggered Atreus with QWERTY, and Colemak legends

34 keys

English

6 layers

QWERTY, Colemak

Relatively simple 34-key keymap mostly inspired by Seniply and "Callum-style", but with a few tweaks.

Split columnar-staggered Ferris with QWERTY legends

34 keys

English

8 layers

QWERTY

This keymap makes heavy use of keys behaving differently when tapped and held, so that all the keys one may need remain accessible despite the low number of thumb keys. It is not meant to be the best possible keymap, but rather a good base on which to build a keymap that works for you.

Split columnar-staggered Battoota with HDN legends

30 keys

Arabic, English

8 layers

HDN

This is my personal ZMK firmware configuration for my current 30-key wireless keyboards Battoota. I use this keyboard for both windows and mac, to type in Arabic and English

Non-split ortholinear-staggered Contra with QWERTY legends

47 keys

English

6 layers

QWERTY

Split columnar-staggered Ahokore with Hands Down legends

34 keys

English, Danish

5 layers

Hands Down

Split columnar-staggered Kyria with RSTHD legends

46 keys

English

7 layers

RSTHD

This is my QMK Kyria keymap, it has some nifty features and an interesting base layer. The base alpha layer I use is a modified RSTHD, which has some interesting (perhaps dubious), choices. To understand my thought process you can read my Keymap Logs.

Split columnar-staggered Lily58 with Colemak, and QWERTY legends

58 keys

English, Finnish, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian

6 layers

Colemak, QWERTY

Colemak-DH layout able to type in English, Finnish, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian with just two system layouts that fits all the printable characters into the main keyboard layer and where no modifier keys are under other fingers but thumbs.

Split ortholinear-staggered The Paintbrush with ARTSEY legends

8 keys

English

7 layers

ARTSEY

ARTSEY is a one-handed keyboard system using 8 keys in a 2x4 layout. The system is designed to be easy to learn, comfortable to use, and fast enough for practical use.

Split columnar-staggered Atreus with QWERTY legends

42 keys

English

5 layers

QWERTY

Non-split row-staggered Nightmare with QWERTY legends

49 keys

English

8 layers

QWERTY

Split columnar-staggered Ferris with BEAKL, and QWERTY legends

34 keys

English

7 layers

BEAKL, QWERTY

I am using BEAKL 27 as my full time layout. The layout uses combos on the base layer to replace keys like enter and escape that do not fit on a small keyboard, one-shot mods/layers and a combo to activate a ‘numword’ layer which automatically de-activates when a non-numerical character is typed.

Split columnar-staggered Corne with Colemak, and APT legends

30 keys

English

6 layers

Colemak, APT

This is a ZMK and QMK config for my 30-36 key split keyboards, scaling from 5-column 3-thumb layouts down to Hummingbird-like `23332+2` layouts. Base layers include a Colemak variation and an APT variation, utilizing combos for frequent symbols and infrequent letters.

Split columnar-staggered  with Colemak legends

34 keys

English

4 layers

Colemak

A keymap for 34 keys with 4 layers and callum-style mods in place of mod-taps.

Split columnar-staggered Charybdis Nano with APT, Colemak, NRST, Adept, Canary, and Nerps legends

34 keys

English

16 layers

APT, Colemak, NRST, Adept, Canary, Nerps

The layout has coverage of near 100% of all the keys present on a standard 100% ANSI keyboard in the span of 6 layers and 4 thumb keys without using Layer Taps or Mod Taps. The base layer is Aptmak, with V, Q, and Z, on combos as an adaptation to allow support on 30 key layouts.

Split columnar-staggered Charybdis Nano with QWERTY legends

36 keys

English

7 layers

QWERTY

The Charydbis (3x5) via keymap is based on a QWERTY layout with home row mods and Miryoku-inspired layers, and some features and changes specific to the Charybdis. This layout supports RGB matrix and VIA.

Split columnar-staggered Corne with QWERTY legends

42 keys

English

3 layers

QWERTY

This layout heavily relies on chording for symbols and actions. All letters, symbols, arrow keys, media keys, and modifiers are instantaneous without the need for layers, hold activation, or double taps. Chord positions are intuitive and created with mnemonics in mind. Layers are only reserved for number keys and function keys.

Split columnar-staggered Sofle with QWERTY, and Colemak legends

40 keys

English, Finnish

4 layers

QWERTY, Colemak

I've tried to keep the mapping work for gaming so extra keys for modifiers.

Split columnar-staggered Corne with QWERTY legends

42 keys

Spanish

4 layers

QWERTY

Four layers: Base, Upper (△), Right (▷), Upper Right (△ + ▷). Base layer similar to default Corne layout when Spanish OS is set (except RShift instead of Esc, LAlt instead of AltGr). Upper layer (△) aligns right hand with arrow keys. Right layer (▷) enables right-hand numpad. Missing keys: interpunct (·), Scroll Lock, Num Lock.

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