Originally Posted by neo0031
Hey man, sorry to quote you again. But I really need to ask before I order caps from Geek_Feng. Anyone else can pitch in since I'm the n00b here.
Now I've just been wondering about the Quickfire TK's keycaps and key profiling. I thought the curve was due to a curved backplate, but I pulled keycaps off to discover the backplate and switches are straight, but are the QFTK's caps that are curved. Now I do not know if this is the case with all/most mechanical keyboards.
So can anybody tell me what the Geek_Feng store means when the key is labelled for "R4"? Meaning Row 4? Exactly which row is that? And it would be weird, and "stick out" in uniform ness of the whole keyboard if I put it in the "wrong" row, right?
Any help would be appreciated, guys. Thanks!
Yeah his 'R4' keycaps seem to refer to the esc/fucntion key row because this is the key I bought http://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-R4-Escape-Backlight-Cherry-MX-Keycap-/330838786048?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4d07874000
and it's listed as 'R4' and is identical to the esc key, he also has other various custom esc keys which are labelled as 'R4'.
Edit: Upon further inspection, the custom keycap is a teeny weeney bit taller than the stock keycaps, I hadn't noticed at first because the esc key is separate from all the other keys. Once my phone has charged up I'll post a picture
Here's the pic
The one on the right is the geek feng custom keycapEdited by Magical Eskimo - 9/8/13 at 3:44pm