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post #11401 of 14567
I don't think so. It's generally not referred to as a membrane board. And most people when you say an IBM Model M; consider it the original mechanical keyboard.
While that's not true; most people are familiar with the name and nature.
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post #11402 of 14567
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Originally Posted by jayblast View Post
Argghh, I am doomed.

The frost tactile could have worked, but it's USB, meaning no NKRO unless some serious modding (as advertised on deck's official forum).

Yours,
--Jay
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post #11403 of 14567
Then I thank you both, ch_123 and Tator Tot!

Crazy9000: peace of mind, of course.
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post #11404 of 14567
No problem

This guide is turning into a community effort of sorts. Which is always nice.
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I just hope I continue. I still haven't slept yet, but that big pile of laundry I'm doing is much smaller now so I should be able to start heading off to sleep in a couple of hours. So I mean, I hope to continue my efforts on the guide after I wake up. I would be sleeping now, but I kept playing Crysis.
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post #11406 of 14567
wait wait... people play Crysis?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
wait wait... people play Crysis?
I'm a sucker for single-player campaigns. So I mean, I never do MP. I'm also a sucker for photo-realistic graphics and fun modern toys like that nanosuit. Plus, I seem to never get tired of hearing things like, "I find you!", "I kill you for fun!", "Where is he?", "You can't hide from me!", "Show yourself!", and my personal favorite: "frush him out!"
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
But with the Buckling Springs, do all three occur simultaneously? I mean, does the click, tactile feedback, and the actuation all happen at the exact same time?
Yes, but it's not a particularly noteworthy property of the buckling spring mechanism.

Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Here's my question: should I include this little note below the description of the Buckling Springs?

"Note: "Buckling Spring" keyboards are actually "membrane" keyboards, but we place it in the Mechanical Keyboard category because the switch is very mechanical."

My reason for proposing it is that it seems easy for people who are new to the world of mechanical keyboards to become confused when an expert refers to the Model M as a "membrane" keyboard. So, I want to reduce the chances of such a person becoming confused.
I see people using membrane as a pseudonym for rubber dome keyboards in general, so I think it would be worth noting in the introduction to Mechanical vs Non Mechanical that this is not accurate, and that a membrane is an electrical contact mechanism that is used in some mechanical switch designs such as Model M style buckling springs, or the Cherry MY.

Your footnote is not likely to alleviate confusion as it doesn't explain what a membrane keyboard is, or how a keyboard can have both mechanical switches and a membrane.
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I'm a sucker for single-player campaigns. So I mean, I never do MP. I'm also a sucker for photo-realistic graphics and fun modern toys like that nanosuit. Plus, I seem to never get tired of hearing things like, "I find you!", "I kill you for fun!", "Where is he?", "You can't hide from me!", "Show yourself!", and my personal favorite: "frush him out!"
I enjoyed the orignal crysis single player too. Until it got the the aliens, that part was dumb.

I take that to mean I'll hate Crysis 2, lol.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ch_123 View Post
Yes, but it's not a particularly noteworthy property of the buckling spring mechanism.



I see people using membrane as a pseudonym for rubber dome keyboards in general, so I think it would be worth noting in the introduction to Mechanical vs Non Mechanical that this is not accurate, and that a membrane is an electrical contact mechanism that is used in some mechanical switch designs such as Model M style buckling springs, or the Cherry MY.

Your footnote is not likely to alleviate confusion as it doesn't explain what a membrane keyboard is, or how a keyboard can have both mechanical switches and a membrane.
Actually, I'd better take a breather and save myself for tomorrow. I am grateful to your post (and I need it), but I think I bit off more than I can chew for today. lol

So, I'll just vegetate here on OCN until I'm done with that pile of laundry. I still have to shower and eat too. Geez. lol

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post
I enjoyed the orignal crysis single player too. Until it got the the aliens, that part was dumb.

I take that to mean I'll hate Crysis 2, lol.
Yeah, I agree. I keep trying to enjoy the part with the aliens, but I always end up missing all of that hunting and trickery which leaves me bored. So, I always view that part as a completely separate game and I usually end up quitting as soon as I'm shot back outside. I sometimes even quit right before entering the alien structure thing (so, either right before or right after that elevator falls) or even right after killing the last Nanosuit Koreans inside.
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