Originally Posted by TarballX
Speaking of key caps.. are there any places that sell Caps Lock key caps that are indented on the right side so you don't accidentally press it when pressing 'A'? Would such a key cap even work on this keyboard? That was the one feature of my G11 that I kind of miss..
What? So, you want to de-activate the "capslock" button so that accidentally you don't activate it while pressing A ? If so, changing keycaps has nothing to do with any of it
Originally Posted by EliteReplay
Question about Black Switches
how do u find playing games like Starcraft or typing in black? are they tiresome?
other question, is this keyboard easier to press than a membrane one? i have read that membrane and black feel pretty much the same in term of pressure u have to put in the keys?
I'd get a tactile switch, every day (and I've tried the 4 most used, being blue, brown, red and black... and all extensively). Why? Tactile switches are the best when you only push every key once, release, and then press another one. And they are better at that because you feel the key-press (the tactility) and thus you know, without any doubt, that the mechanism has activated.
Instead, when you are tapping a key more than once (like with an fps, in which some keys need to be pressed once and again), depending on which mechanism you are using you may be caught between the hysteresis, and what is that? Tactile mechanisms (not all, this is specially true with MX Blue... and almost non existent on mx brown) have an actuation point and a de-bouncing point. Sometimes, you need to release the key higher than its actual actuation point in order for the key to register again... and thus why Mx blue aren't recommended for fps games, but are lovely for typing and for RTS.
So, having tried them all, I'd stick with Mx brown or Mx red. Because I play a lot of fps and barely ever touch an RTS and don't type that much, I'd choose mx red... but, if not, I'd stick with Mx brown or even mx blue (but blues are a no-no for me because I play fps mainly).