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Thanks. I got red also.
did u buy them? they look like you painted them. looks good.





anyway, i wanted some advice. i currently have a razer blackwidow Ultimate, but i picked up a das model s ultimate silent whatever this week to appease the woman who doesnt like the click clack. anyway, i found that they do not have media keys anymore. i usually use my keyboard to adjust volume, skip tracks, and play/pause. Does anyone know of a USB device that will do all of these things, or would it be better to use a program to put media keys on my keyboard (like autohotkey)? any help would be appreciated.

i was thinking about using a registry edit to move the delete to the print screen location, move the print screen to whatever is next to it, and using the 6-key cluster that usually has delete, home end, etc for the six functions i need: play/pause, vol+, vol-, mute/unmute, next, back.
Edited by Skoobs - 10/30/11 at 2:00pm
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Does anyone know of a USB device that will do all of these things, or would it be better to use a program to put media keys on my keyboard (like autohotkey)? any help would be appreciated.
http://store.griffintechnology.com/desktop/powermate
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i saw this, but wouldnt i need two of them? (now that i picture it, i think two would look nice... i like symmetry) because you can turn and press it, which means i could have one for system volume and press to mute, and a second one to control foobar or itunes, with turn being skip and press being pause.

hmm if this thing is as awesome as the guy in the video makes it out to be, i may have to get two of them...

well nevermind, i just watched a review, and i didnt realize that you can hold it down and turn it. thats kind of cool. i guess this is what i will do when i get my new keyboard

although i wish it went all these directions:

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did u buy them? they look like you painted them. looks good.
I bought all of the keys from WASD.
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what about this:


Logitech NuLOOQ Navigator


can it be used as a media controller for programs other than iTunes you think?
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Sign me up!
That looks cool! Added.
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So a member on geekhack messaged me on geekhack and insulted me for joining. He noticed I had the same avatar and location (different nick) that I have on OCN and told me to go back to where I came from.

K.

In other news I bought a Scorpious M10 for my first mech earlier today. Dunno when it'll come.
Dang. Keyboard elitismz
post #4508 of 36844
I've been around for months and I haven't put myself in the club...guess I should look at stickies more xD.

The board's a couple of months old, the keycaps a couple of days old. Might not see it but they're engraved, a slight courtesy for non-touch typists who might use my kb.

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I've been around for months and I haven't put myself in the club...guess I should look at stickies more xD.

The board's a couple of months old, the keycaps a couple of days old. Might not see it but they're engraved, a slight courtesy for non-touch typists who might use my kb.

WOW! That looks AWESOME. I really like the white keycaps on the Das (I have the same keyboard).

Mind me asking, where did you buy those keycaps and for how much?
post #4510 of 36844
Bought it from qtan, who has his own store.

http://www.vendio.com/stores/E-sports-Gaming-equipments/

It cost me $58, $50 for caps, $8 for shipping. Got here in about 5 business days.

*Edit* You have to pull out the plastic bits that attach to stabilizers from the das keycaps to the new ones, and lemme tell you...that hurt. Also you can go with more custom styled keycaps at wasdkeyboards, but they're made of ABS, and I heard PBT is better. I will note that my at least for me, the keys actually got louder after I switched the keycaps *Edit /End*
Edited by Shatterist - 10/31/11 at 5:39pm
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