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chuyeow on Are there any 60% keyboards available right now that use IJKL or HJKL as arrow keys instead of WASD? Or that let me re-program the Fn layer myself? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I know you asked about IJKL or HJKL but the V60 does also allow you to use the lower right modifier key cluster as arrow keys. If you look at the manual (http://rabbitwebfactory.com/pages..., bottom of page, page 2), Fn+Enter will switch Right Win/Right Ctrl/Right Shift/Menu to arrow keys. Does that help? If you insist on IJKL or HJKL, you'll probably need to use a software remapping app (I use Karabiner to remap Right Cmd + okl; for arrow keys on my Poker II)." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on Tenkeyless or 60% and why? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"60% is more ergonomic if you also use a mouse - I found that my hands hurt less since switching from a TKL. TKLs have a place though: gaming ;)" - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on Desk setup: Ducky Mini V2 with Pexon cable. Album + cat pics in comments - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Ooh Nendoroids. Love them. Oh yeah nice cable too." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on Any coders using 60% keyboards? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Long-time rubyist, now more of a gopher. I have both a Poker II and a KBT Pure Pro. I use arrow keys a lot so I'm much more efficient on the Pure Pro. I also remap a few keys (Capslock -> Esc, Esc -> tilde) at the *hardware* level so I can plug my Pure Pro into any computer and go. With the Poker II, I software remap Ctrl + IJKL to arrow keys and that's not the most efficient (and also error-prone). But I'm still fairly ok with it, I guess. The Poker looks much nicer and it doesn't suffer the Pure Pro's hard-to-replace keycaps. Like when coding, it's all tradeoffs ;)" - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on QWER Lambda Keycap up for Sale! - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Hmm it doesn't mention which row so I guess its SA row 1? Would love this in DCS row 1 and 4." - Chu Yeow
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Headphones and amps - AUDIOBOT 9000 - http://www.audiobot9000.com/
A headphone and amplifier matching tool. - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on QFR vs Filco? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I have both a Filco and a QFR (QFR was a gift I got later) and the Filco is definitely better built. It's solid, heavier, and feels better overall. Coincidentally, I started with blues and switched to browns on my daily driver. They do feel very different to me. Besides the obvious noise difference, the blues require more force to actuate so I get fatigued easily on blues. I can actually feel my fingers being tired after a day at work. FWIW I'm a coder so tactile switches work for me." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on Rain Drop v2 Set now for sale - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yup that's the one. It's still valid when I purchased the set yesterday." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on Rain Drop v2 Set now for sale - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I guess the premium is because it's post- GH group buy. But if you look around on, there is a discount code for 25% off which makes it actually cheaper than the GH group buy." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on [photos] Downsizing to a Pure Pro, my wallet hates you all - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I have both a Pure Pro and a Poker II (started with the Pure Pro) and I can tell you if you use arrow keys a lot, the Pure Pro is simply more efficient to use. I wanted a Poker II though because it's so hard to find keycaps that fit the Pure Pro's spacebar and odd-sized mods. Plus the Poker II just looks better because it's less crowded at the bottom right corner. The OP's post looks great though with that Dolch keyset." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on KBT Tangerine - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Where did you get the purple keycaps from? Those look really nice." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on KBT Tangerine - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"KBT Pure Pro user for about 6 months now. You're right about the Spacebar - it's easy to adjust to. The only bad thing about it is finding replacement keycaps :) The Backspace does take awhile to get used to. Even today I occasionally hit = instead of Backspace. That said, I am used to this layout now and am clumsy when I switch to my TKL board - all it takes is time to adjust!" - Chu Yeow
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A collection of koans related to the Unix Way. - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on [photos] KBT Pure Pro 60% - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I'm sorry. What do you like? All black?" - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on [photos] KBT Pure Pro 60% - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Haha yeah it took a really long time to arrive, Massdrop's international shipping is really slow. Hope you get yours soon - it's fun programming the keys." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on [photos] KBT Pure Pro 60% - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It cost about $100. It's a good 60% keyboard so far. I had the Leopold FC660M for awhile and I just couldn't get used to it." - Chu Yeow
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chuyeow on [photos] KBT Pure Pro 60% - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Got these from Massdrop: https://www.massdrop.com/buy... and changed a few keys. Really liking the hardware programmable keys!" - Chu Yeow
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Vagrant Synced Folders Permissions - jeremykendall.net - http://www.jeremykendall.net/2013...
`:extra => "dmode=775,fmode=664"` - Chu Yeow
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ShiftIt is an application for OSX that allows you to quickly manipulate window position and size using keyboard shortcuts. - Chu Yeow
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Provides console injection (so 3rd-party libraries only need to use console.log). - Chu Yeow
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Apple Push Notification Services in iOS 6 Tutorial: Part 1/2 | Ray Wenderlich - http://www.raywenderlich.com/32960...
Guided walkthrough of how to use Apple's provisioning portal to setup push notifications for an app. - Chu Yeow
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For learning Japanese - newspaper with voiceover - Chu Yeow
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vmg/houdini · GitHub - https://github.com/vmg/houdini
"Houdini is a simple API for escaping text for the web. And unescaping it." - Chu Yeow
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apotonick/reform · GitHub - https://github.com/apotoni...
"Decouple your models from forms. Reform gives you a form object with validations and nested setup of models. It is completely framework-agnostic and doesn't care about your database." - Chu Yeow
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substack/node-browserify · GitHub - https://github.com/substac...
"browser-side require() the node.js way" - Chu Yeow
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spumko/hapi · GitHub - https://github.com/spumko/hapi
"A rich framework for building web applications and services. hapi is a simple to use configuration-centric framework with built-in support for input validation, caching, authentication, and other essential facilities. hapi enables developers to focus on writing reusable application logic instead of spending time building infrastructure. The framework supports a powerful plugin architecture for pain-free and scalable extensibility." - Chu Yeow
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sreeix/hat.js · GitHub - https://github.com/sreeix...
Deployment for Node js. It simplifies the deployment to production servers. The Javascript Hat for the Ruby's Cap. - Chu Yeow
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"zsh-lovers - tips, tricks and examples for the Z shell" - Chu Yeow
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adamdbradley/foresight.js · GitHub - https://github.com/adamdbr...
"Foresight.js gives webpages the ability to tell if the user's device is capable of viewing high-resolution images (such as the 3rd generation iPad) before the image has been requested from the server. Additionally, it judges if the user's device currently has a fast enough network connection for high-resolution images. Depending on device display and network connectivity, foresight.js will request the appropriate image for the webpage." - Chu Yeow
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