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Here is a better mechanical keyboard guide that fully covers Topre:
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Here is a better mechanical keyboard guide that fully covers Topre:

You are right sir, much better. I have not seen so many "This picture is currently not available" in a long time. Or so many mentions of this thread. This thread is the best, I love it so much! I will refrain from posting cat gif.
 
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I just wanted to post, now that I am registered here, and say thank you for this thread. A few years back it convinced me to make that leap of faith and I've tried a few switch types. I think I like browns the best as my most used keyboard and I dislike Alps, though I cannot put my finger on why. Mostly bought cheaper ones to try switch types. Going to be buying a new Filco, probably with the below the key print, if that makes sense. That or maybe the yellow or blue NCIX has available. With numpad of course.

This thread is legendary. I have been sending people with questions here for years and you are constantly in the top five on google. You used to be number one, but then they got dumb, and now it's garbage, garbage, then this thread.
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You used to be number one, but then they got dumb, and now it's garbage, garbage, then this thread.

Top of the 2nd Page for me in Google search for "Mechanical Keyboard". The Geekhack Mechanical Keyboard Guide I wrote is nowhere to be found.

At LEAST I'm featured here in the credits and on the third Google result:

http://www.daskeyboard.com/blog/?page_id=1458
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Photo Credits:

Pictures of Keycaps and Cherry MX switch thanks to Ripster on OCN & Geekhack
Key cutaways thanks to Signature Plastics
Special thanks to Lethal Squirrel from Geekhack.org for the animated Cherry MX images.

I hope to rectify this once the Reddit Wiki goes live.
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Stupid google with personal results. Number three for me.
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Stupid google with personal results. Number three for me.
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Are you searching for just mechanical keyboard, as opposed to "mechanical keyboard guide?
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For that I get

1. OCN
2. Das
3. Geekhack.
4. WASD

The Geekhack Wiki only has 2K views though.

Lol.

My wiki will be the best though.

NSFW two clicks down.
http://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/106z2s/reddit_wiki_rollout_update_any_day_now/
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Note: On Filcos, use water instead of Alcohol. Filcos have a special coating on them that gets ruined if you use it.

Does this apply to leopold keyboards?
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No. In fact some Filcos don't have that UV coating.

In any case I use Simple Green to be safe.

The OP should be updated with that info. Oh wait, it says it already.
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