QWERTY, Colemak, Dvorak
Beginner-friendly Kyria keymap containing 5 layers which allows it to include all keys found on an ANSI layout TKL keyboard plus media keys. Hardware features of the Kyria such as OLEDs, rotary encoders and underglow are also supported.
This Tormentor keymap was designed for my workplace/hands/fingers aaand for Hungarian (+9 vowels). It probably won't fit with your needs, but the concepts and workflow might help your own project.
- one rotary encoder
- custom leader key
- custom layer logic
- custom oneshot modifiers
- end of sentence
- case modes (CAPSWORD, x_case, NUMW0RD)
- power brackets
- dynamic info on both OLED displays
Keyboard layout derived from BÉPO and optimised for split ortholinear and columnar-staggered keyboards like the ErgoDox, with two secondary layers (scientific symbols + numpad / other symbols + function keys) accessible with the thumb.
This is the keymap for my Kyria keyboard from splitkb.com. The alpha layout is originally based on RSTHD but it's been modified to minimize usage of the inner index column. Features in the code include runtime switching between Mac/Windows/Linux shortcuts and a custom implementation of "comborolls".
This is my weeb QMK Kyria keymap, the main feature is its animation of Gawr Gura, but it is really powerfull if you watch closely.
QMK based Corne Keymap. It features OS independent shortcuts, custom modifier keys, RGB themes, key sequences, and much more.
The reason many keys are laid out as they are is to make it comfortable to access the most used keys with either both hands or sometimes only one hand on the keyboard. Most of the special characters that aren't normally part of qwerty are not going to be implemented on a keyboard level, they require a custom xkb layout
English, German, Swedish
A layout for the kyria programmed in a literate config
ZMK Config for my Hummingbird (and related) keyboards