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#1721
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[*]Current Sailfish rotation settings don't allow 'inverted' landscape
That's somewhat application-dependent since the browser for example freely rotates to any direction except inverted portrait...
 

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#1722
Also e-mail -client does this. Landscape both ways but portrait only "right side up".
 

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Got my TOHKBD today. Bought from a nice UK TMOer A big thank to him and of course, Dirk and Andrew and Kimmo.





SW installed automatically and written well. I found a problem and wondering if it's only me or general -

I found certain keys requires more pressure than others. As sometimes I already hear/feel the "click" but the keyboard did not recognise the input, I have to press harder to make it work. So even if my finger feels the "click" it doesn't necessary mean you typed that letter. Which makes quite frustrated while typing quickly, as I missed a lot letters.

Wondering anyone else having the same problem or it's just me? Will there be any method to make it softer or more sensitive on pressure?

BTW, is it possible to buy the files for 3D printing case to I can re-print outer shell using ABS?
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#1724
Insensitive keys improve with time, but there are some tricks (not necessarily endorsed by the makers) here:

https://together.jolla.com/question/...sponsive-keys/
 

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Originally Posted by chenliangchen View Post
Got my TOHKBD today. Bought from a nice UK TMOer A big thank to him and of course, Dirk and Andrew and Kimmo.
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BTW, is it possible to buy the files for 3D printing case to I can re-print outer shell using ABS?
Dirk posted the link here:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...postcount=1700
 

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Originally Posted by chenliangchen View Post
I found a problem and wondering if it's only me or general -

I found certain keys requires more pressure than others. As sometimes I already hear/feel the "click" but the keyboard did not recognise the input, I have to press harder to make it work. So even if my finger feels the "click" it doesn't necessary mean you typed that letter. Which makes quite frustrated while typing quickly, as I missed a lot letters.

Wondering anyone else having the same problem or it's just me? Will there be any method to make it softer or more sensitive on pressure?
Yes, others do have the same problem (among other problems), but it's an unwritten rule not to talk about it. If you really must get it out of your system, then the usual preferred way of mentioning it is:

Thanks!! This is the best keyboard I have ever used!
I just have a very slight problem... The keys don't work. But other than that, it's awesome!

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Thanks!! This is the best keyboard I have ever used!
I just have a very slight problem... The keys don't work. But other than that, it's awesome!
Haha I get it. But how can a keyboard be awesome while not all the keys work? By looking?

Luckily the link shared above contains some fix, I will try using the method mentioned see if it works...
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#1728
Worked for me - I had one key that almost literally wouldn't register. Poked it around a bit, pressed it a few hundred times, now it works fine.
 

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#1729
@chenliangchen, @MikeHG
I can confirm that using the keys actually betters the response a lot.
Using the KB since ~4 weeks, the 'w' had issues until yesterday
So, expect improvement over time!
look, it wwwwwwworks nowwwwwww
 

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First rule of TOHKBD2 non working keys is: you do not talk about TOHKBD2 non working keys.
 

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