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Why would one colour of Deck keyboard have controller issues, but not the others?
Model/Revision of the controller.

I've heard about the Deck Fire 82's controller issues before. I think there's a thing/thread on Geekhack about it but I'm not sure.
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For the record, I never believed that the Repeat Rate applied to games.
That was for ch_123
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That was for ch_123
I know, but I didn't want him to think it was for me.
    
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In addition to SharpKeys and AutoHotKey, there is also KeyboardLink. However, this one may be one of those programs that needs to be left open in the background in order to keep your configuration. SharpKeys, on the other hand, is just a Registry editor, so therefore it doesn't need to be left open. It just edits the Registry, you reboot, and it's done.


Do you do a lot of double-tapping in games? And if so, then do you hit the key twice, or do you do it in such a way where you're not allowing the key to come all the way back up before that 2nd keypress? If you're just hitting it twice and allowing the key to come all the back up (which can be visualized in slow motion), then even a keyboard with the Cherry MX Blues is worthy of consideration (such as the Majestouch Tactile Click). But if you double-tap where you don't let the key come all the way back up, then a keyboard with the Browns or Blacks is a better choice.
funnily i can feel the actuation and respring, so i always double-tap when i feel its resetting
Edited by runeazn - 9/5/10 at 10:44am
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post #7095 of 14341
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Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Model/Revision of the controller.

I've heard about the Deck Fire 82's controller issues before. I think there's a thing/thread on Geekhack about it but I'm not sure.
Yeah that's right. I believe it was only the Fire model and no other model.
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Originally Posted by ch_123 View Post
Why would one colour of Deck keyboard have controller issues, but not the others?
from Adam at Deck.

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The n-key issue is a known problem for the Fire 82 model. This happened because we produced a large number of them at first before we discovered the issue. Currently the Fire 82 has been discontinued but all existing products will exhibit this issue.

It should also be mentioned that none of the products on our site at present time will have this issue any longer.
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Do you do a lot of double-tapping in games? And if so, then do you hit the key twice, or do you do it in such a way where you're not allowing the key to come all the way back up before that 2nd keypress? If you're just hitting it twice and allowing the key to come all the back up (which can be visualized in slow motion), then even a keyboard with the Cherry MX Blues is worthy of consideration (such as the Majestouch Tactile Click). But if you double-tap where you don't let the key come all the way back up, then a keyboard with the Browns or Blacks is a better choice.
The only time I can think currently is pressing pageup/down to zoom in and out on some games and double tapping the W key to sprint.

As I don't do this often, I don't think it would be a problem as the games I play don't really need this action. Thank you for your suggestion

edit: looking at the FILCO Majestouch keyboard layout I am having one problem.
It would be PERFECT BUT there are no media keys which would come in very very handy.
Edited by mark45 - 9/5/10 at 2:17pm
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The only time I can think currently is pressing pageup/down to zoom in and out on some games and double tapping the W key to sprint.

As I don't do this often, I don't think it would be a problem as the games I play don't really need this action. Thank you for your suggestion
I have the problem even when I don't double tap. I can't even play counterstrike with blue switches, since moving back and forth doesn't work. When I'm quickly switching between keys, like to peek out around a corner, I don't fully lift my fingers up. This makes the blue switches not work.

Watch yourself when you play next time, and see if you lift your fingers up when you move around. If you do, then the blue's should work fine.
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Say I stumble upon some money... do you guys think the Optimus Maximus is worth it? lol
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