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Poll: what switch do you use for xonotic?
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red
7.14%
1 7.14%
blue
7.14%
1 7.14%
black
14.29%
2 14.29%
brown
7.14%
1 7.14%
topre
7.14%
1 7.14%
buckling spring
0%
0 0%
alps
0%
0 0%
something obscure
7.14%
1 7.14%
rubber dome
50.00%
7 50.00%
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what switch do you use for xonotic?

#1
plz no rubber dome...
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#2
Loafers is talking about keyboard types.
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#3
Keytronic KT2001 Pro. Big, beige and indestructible. Can't be doing with any of these modern black keyboards with backlights and extra buttons.
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#4
DAVIO PS/2 101 keyboard. black and white
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#5
My keypad is a Cyber Snipa Gamepad 2 which technically uses rubber domes, but the way it's put together makes them feel less like you'd expect to find in a keyboard and closer to that of which you'd find in an old-school fighting stick and the keys are either pressed in or not at all. My keyboard is a current-day 101 key Unicomp Model M which uses buckling springs, but I primarily use the keypad when I'm gaming.
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#6
Cherry black Mx (Steelseries 7G)at home and Das Keyboard Cherry Mx blue on da work
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#7
Thinkpad L420 integrated keyboard - I think that I'm actually doing quite well with that Smile
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#8
Chicony Electronic Devices Made In China, standard keyboard + a bunch of buttons. I think it uses some sort of mechanical switches, but I don't want to take it apart to see. It's old.
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#9
rubber dome laptop keyboard ... black ...

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#10
Using a Saitek Eclipse which has rubber domes. It's still pretty nice.

Been thinking about grabbing a mechanical keyboard though. I do lots of typing (code) and some gaming so I suppose I'd benefit. I'd like short travel and not a crazy loud click, so brown switches sound good no?
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#11
noppoo choc mini, red
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#12
I made my own keyboard from 6mm stainless steel plate and Telemecanique XB4 series pushbuttons. My pwnage level has been over 9000 ever since and you are jelly bro.

...actually it's a Unotron S6000K, a normal membrane board but with added vodka resistance.
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#13
Here's mine:

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#14
does that have linux drivers?
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