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12-05-2019 09:37 AM
Hi. I bought this keyboard even though it had bad reviews after being a bit disappointed with Cherry MX keyboards.
However the nordic design of it isn't very nordic and the same as the typical nordic keyboards and as such a bunch of keys sit in the "wrong" place / do different things. The stupid American return key is especially annoying since typing ä has resulted in returns so many times.
Anyway left of backspace there's this key with a pipe on it but no matter whatever I press it without anything else held, with shift, with alt-gr, with alt-gr and shift I don't get a **bleep**ing pipe. How can I make it?
Clearly this keyboard have some quality flaws (beyond the stands breaking for others I'd like to mention how "ringy" / harsh the tone of the keys can be, also the USB cable is very thick and stiff) as others have pointed out but even though the typical 105 key Nordic layout isn't all that nice for programming having this non-standard(?) setup isn't nice at all since one become used to the standard way of doing things. That there's no way to figure out how to make such and such character completely suck and the support / contact webpage and virtual agent also suck. Would had been easier if I could just chat with someone who ... likely wouldn't had known how to do it.
12-07-2019 02:24 PM - edited 12-07-2019 02:26 PM
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