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Non-split row-staggered DZ60 with QWERTY legends

67 keys

English

6 layers

QWERTY

This is a MacOS-specific keymap for DZ60 configured in a standard 60% ANSI layout, with a stepped Caps Lock

Split columnar-staggered Corne with QWERTY legends

42 keys

English

4 layers

QWERTY

  • Be similar enough to conventional laptop keyboards
  • Most keys should be triggered by one or two key presses.
  • Minimize awkward hold-and-tap sequences by using one-shot modifiers.
  • Shift work from weak pinkies to strong thumbs
  • Thumbs should rest on commonly type keys
  • Vim- and TWM-friendly features
  • Include media keys
Split columnar-staggered Braille with Perkins Brailler legends

8 keys

English, Japanese

5 layers

Perkins Brailler

A 8-key keyboard for braille characters

Split columnar-staggered Corne with QWERTY legends

34 keys

English

4 layers

QWERTY

  • Callum mods
  • No animations, OLED, tap-dance, or combos
  • 4 layers in the usual Planck momentary setup
  • Mostly for writing fiction
  • Autoshift enabled
  • Includes numpad, inverted-T cursors, mouse and scroll-wheel, media keys, and system shortcuts
  • Optional per-key, per-layer RGB LED colours, configured intuitively in the same layout as the keymap
  • Small firmware size; easily fits on a Pro Micro
Split columnar-staggered Ferris with Colemak legends

34 keys

English, Danish

8 layers

Colemak

My layout is based on having just 34 keys. I might use keyboards larger than this, but not smaller. It is a form factor which is simple, effective and intuitive. I use various keyboards and hence my keyboards layouts are created in the users folder and then shared among several other keyboards.

Split columnar-staggered ErgoDox with QWERTY legends

38 keys

N/A

3 layers

QWERTY

Left-hand Ergodox keymap for Dota 2.

Split columnar-staggered Ferris with Colemak legends

34 keys

English

3 layers

Colemak

A compact 34-key adaptation of Miryoku.

Split columnar-staggered MiniDox with BÉPO legends

36 keys

French, English

4 layers

BÉPO

Keys have been grouped and rearranged to meet the needs of English and French prose as well as programming (in particular javascript). Most used groups are placed at the opposite of the thumb layer-activation key, in an effort not to use the same hand too much.

Split columnar-staggered MiniDox with QWERTZ legends

36 keys

German, English

4 layers

QWERTZ

This is a german layout with support for umlauts and the euro sign. You need to set your system layout to german.

Split columnar-staggered MiniDox with Norman legends

36 keys

English, Danish

4 layers

Norman

  • Raise/lower layers focus first on one-handed use
  • Numpad on right hand with raise layer
  • Navigation on left hand with lower layer (ESDF)
  • All thumb keys are hold/tap dual function keys
Split columnar-staggered MiniDox with AZERTY, BEAKL, Colemak, Dvorak, Halmak, Workman, QWERTY, and QWERTZ legends

36 keys

English

10 layers

AZERTY, BEAKL, Colemak, Dvorak, Halmak, Workman, QWERTY, QWERTZ

Miryoku is an ergonomic, minimal, orthogonal, and universal keyboard layout.

Split columnar-staggered Charybdis Nano with HDN legends

35 keys

Danish, English

8 layers

HDN

This is my personal QMK firmware configuration for the Bastardkb Charybdis Nano. I use this keyboard for both windows and mac, and type in Danish and English

Split row-staggered Katana60 with QWERTY, and Colemak legends

70 keys

English

8 layers

QWERTY, Colemak

Based on the default Katana60 layout, customized by Josef Adamcik with several basic layers (Colemak vs Qwerty, Mac OS vs Linux/Win)

Split columnar-staggered Ferris with Colemak legends

34 keys

English

6 layers

Colemak

My palms do not move across the desk at all, as I reach for keys. My daily use consists of a bit of prose and a lot of program. I mostly write Rust and Bash, and my layout has evolved to accomodate special characters from their grammars (angled brackets and hyphens, specifically).

Split columnar-staggered ErgoDox with Colemak, QWERTY, and Dvorak legends

76 keys

English

13 layers

Colemak, QWERTY, Dvorak

  • Custom symbols layer optimised for common JavaScript libraries
  • “Arrow key” layer that allows me to jump around code without leaving the home row
  • “Window management” layer for snapping windows to certain areas of my monitor
  • Unicode emoji layer
  • “Windows” and “macOS” mode that makes all my keyboard shortcuts consistent across the two operating systems
Split columnar-staggered ErgoDox with Yes McTab legends

76 keys

Japanese, English

5 layers

Yes McTab

Keymap removing all alpha keys from pinky columns. Index fingers rest on S and T.

Split columnar-staggered MiniDox with OAT Y, BÉPO, QWERTY, and AZERTY legends

36 keys

English

4 layers

OAT Y, BÉPO, QWERTY, AZERTY

Successor to RSI Terminated which I have been enjoying for years, but I need better multilingual support; this is my solution.

Split columnar-staggered Dactyl with Dvorak, and QWERTY legends

70 keys

English

4 layers

Dvorak, QWERTY

Autocorrection, caps word, custom shift keys, macro buttons, word selection, mouse turbo click, layer lock key,… Who knew a keyboard could do so much?

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