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Federico Viticci 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
my god
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James Thomson 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
I can’t see anything wrong there.
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Dave DeLong 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad @uliwitness
…. does that actually work??
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Paul McGrane 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad @uliwitness
all the extra buttons never really worked right on Mac System 7 either…
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Matthias Gansrigler 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
that looks like something they found on the ship at Roswell…
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Witness of TeachText 2 Feb 16
Replying to @pmcg @AfterPad
Meh, I didn't care. What annoyed me most was that it kept folding in half when I tried to use it on my lap ;-)
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Paul McGrane 2 Feb 16
Replying to @uliwitness
hah it definitely falls apart “in the field”
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Kevin MacLeod 🎮 GDC 2 Feb 16
Replying to @davedelong @uliwitness
Almost flawlessly, except for a few extra volume buttons and power button, which the adapter must not support
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Kevin MacLeod 🎮 GDC 2 Feb 16
Replying to @weiran @siracusa
They are a bit maddening… But a lot of keyboards worked like that back then. Apple was all over the map with arrow keys
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MacGeneration 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
cool ! What was the name of that ADB adapter ?
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Kevin MacLeod 🎮 GDC 2 Feb 16
Replying to @MacGeneration
The iMate, by Griffin. I think that’s the only one out there. That’s then plugged into Apple’s lightning to USB cable
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Willie Abrams 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
I loved that keyboard.
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Jason Perry 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad @viticci
you know, I got that mechanical keyboard for my iPad because I thought that looked cool, but yeah… No.
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Mark Dumas 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
I do office ergonomic assessments. If you are symptomatic, these types of keyboards can be a life saver.
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MacGeneration 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
Yes, Griffin's iMate. It looked familiar. Thanks !
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Moltz 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad @viticci
“Power has driven him mad.”
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Kevin MacLeod 🎮 GDC 2 Feb 16
Replying to @matiasblog
keyswitches on the Adjustable are odd. Tactile, not clicky, and a bit more shallow than standard Alps. I prefer clicky switches
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Ernst Mulder 2 Feb 16
Replying to @AfterPad
oh yes, does an iMate work? sure I've got some somewhere. time to try the perfect ADB Extended keyboard! (my Ergonomical has died)
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Kevin MacLeod 🎮 GDC 2 Feb 16
Replying to @ernstmulder
Yep, works flawlessly! Even the ADB-attached keypad works without issue.
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