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Layer Toggle

Unlike the instant opening layer, the layer switch is a switch state that switches one layer. For example, if the layer is open, then it is closed by pressing, and if it is closed, it is turned on by pressing.

for example. As shown in the figure below, a button is set to T3 (switch layer 3) in Layer 0.

Then Layer 3 is like this.

Its function is to press T3 when it is at the 0th layer, then the 3rd layer is turned on, and the keypad button is effective. There are also two reasons for placing a T3 in Layer 3.   - If you want to go back to layer 0, remember that the concept of the layer is the beginning. The important thing is the switch state and priority. When layer 3 is open, the priority of layer 3 is always higher than that of layer 0. So to go back to layer 0, press T3 again and close layer 3 instead of setting another T0.   - If nothing is set here, when layer 1 and layer 2 are also transparent here, then this key is still T3; if layer 1 and layer 2 are other keys here, layer 1 or layer 2 is on, I can't close layer 3 anymore. Once you are familiar with the layer, you can keep it transparent.

In general, the layer switch has a little more attention when it is used than the instantaneous switching layer. That is to set the button to open the layer, open the corresponding layer, you must have the means to close it, do not go to the dead end of yourself.

en/edit-keymap/t-layer.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/09 09:21 by yangdigi