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Layer Momentary

FN, which is similar to the production keyboard, is one of the most commonly used functions that must be learned. The general understanding of Fn+1 output F1, the most basic is to use this to achieve.

FN is just a general term for the button function. For the convenience of display, in the firmware of ydkb.io, the corresponding layers are displayed using L0 to L7, which respectively represent instantaneous switching to 0 to 7 layers.

For example, let's take 60 as an example. In Layer 0, select a key and set it to L1.

Then switch to Layer 1, and then set the buttons of Layer 1, remember that in Layer 0, the two blue boxes are L1.

After setting as shown above, when the keyboard is in the default layer, any one of the blue boxes in the blue box is pressed and held, and the other keys on the keyboard are pressed, the keyboard output is the button set on Layer 1, and Not on Layer0. This achieves the so-called Fn (here is L1) +1 = F1, Fn + direction right = volume plus, and other functions.

If it is a button that is not set above, it is equal to transparent, and it is transparent to the lower layer. If the lower layer has a button, it outputs the button. For example, L1+A, because A is not set on Layer1, and then transparent to Layer 0, it still outputs A.

L1 is just a simple example, because the keyboard has a total of 8 layers available, so although the 60 keyboard is not large, such as 61 buttons, then a total of buttons can be set to 61×8 = 488.

en/edit-keymap/l-layer.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/09 09:20 by yangdigi