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So do you have desoldering wick, or a solder sucker?
That sounds good, it was hard getting a matte finish on it without any sandpaper like that because the last coat had to be perfect. That might make it a lot easier, I will look into that when I fix it.No problem, I didn't have any use for it and I know you are probably losing patience with sprit, I really wish he would just make a post rather than making zeal hunt him down to answer simple questions.
Really like how the board came together, looks amazing and has my vote I learned the hard way about paint curing times, all my plastic boards were fine but my aluminum filco that I painted matte black was a different story. I used it too early and ended up making the matte finish shiny on it in a couple spots. Once it warms up again (prob a while) I will sand it down a bit and put another coat on it and I just wont use it for a month or two to make sure the paint is...
When mine died the fans would spin and the power led would go on, but it wouldn't post. Just a black screen no matter what.I also thought it was PSU and asrock insisted it was but I swapped it out with another working unit and confirmed it was not the PSU. Same with the ram, cpu, hdd, etc... It was the board.Sorry to hear
What about right windows key and [;'/ for arrow keys? That is how the HHKB does it and I do like it. Sprits boards also come preprogrammed with that as one of the two arrow keys accessible through the fn layer (WASD) being the 2nd option which isn't as nice to use. (Unless you swap caps lock with FN, which in that case, would be my personal favorite arrow key layout)I don't use OSX so I am not sure about thatWhat exactly is wrong with it?
Looks awesome!Would you be too opposed to using the right windows key or alt key for FN? I don't personally use the keys on that side of the keyboard that often so that is what I would do.
Sorry, I was on my phone when I responded to that, so I couldn't easily check the keyboard he had listed. If that is the case, is there any reason you want/need it to be PS/2? People don't exactly seek out PS/2 keyboards, since they are annoying to hot swap, the system needs booted with the keyboard plugged in for it to even work. Would that even work in the first place, even with just an adapter? As far as I know, not every keyboard even works with PS/2 adapters and...
those are SIP sockets.What keyboard are we talking about?
How long are we talking? That might drive me insane Have you tried imsto or qtan on geekhack? I don't think we have anyone here.
I was considering wood stain, I don't really think this has any seal on it so it would be easy.It's nice either way though, I recommend it. Pretty cheap for what you are getting imo. (It was 40 with free shipping)Only thing I am not super happy about are the little ridges on the bottom, I guess it has something to do with full size, tkl and 60% models.
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