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commit 7c57104b51903bfb1f7e35a5195222e13def7557
parent 846598541b03d97b2b3fbab0a276110d215ce9e2
Author: adiabatic <adiabatic@users.noreply.github.com>
Date:   Wed, 20 Dec 2017 16:55:17 -0800

Zweihander: remove app keys, etc. (#2167)

* zweihander-osx: Remove app keys, etc.

- add right command keys
- add F16 on ;' for Siri
- remove command-Q (too easy to hit)

* Zweihander: update readme

layouts/community/ergodox/zweihander-osx/readme.markdown | 2--
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/layouts/community/ergodox/zweihander-osx/readme.markdown b/layouts/community/ergodox/zweihander-osx/readme.markdown @@ -20,7 +20,6 @@ I tend to have my mouse in my left hand, but I like to use my other hand to make - Open and Close Parent Folder (⌥⌘↓) - Go Up and Close Just-Left Folder (⌥⌘↑) - Cycle through open windows in current application (⌘\` and ⌘⇧\`) -- Cycle through tabs in current window (⌥⇥ and ⌥⇧⇥) Because moving letter-by-letter is way slower than moving word-by-word, I added Option (⌥) to the bottommost button on the left side. This key can be held easily while holding ; (activate media layer) and pressing J and L to move left and right by word. @@ -30,7 +29,6 @@ Because moving letter-by-letter is way slower than moving word-by-word, I added I wanted to preserve the feel of a number of shortcuts that involve pressing lots of modifier keys at once; this is why the bottom left of the keyboard has shift, control, option, and command in the usual spaces. Further, some common shortcuts I press have a key on the right side of the keyboard. These shortcuts include: - Empty Trash Without Asking for Confirmation (⇧⌥⌘⌫) -- Shut Down Without Asking for Confirmation (⇧⌥⌘ power) ⇧⌥⌘⌫, when you press the backspace on the right half of the keyboard, is much more satisfying than if you curl your left hand into a claw to press all the keys on the left. Try both; you’ll agree.