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Configuring the Red Scarf 84 (RS84) keyboard layout

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General

  • Keyboard: RedScarfIII

Layer

Fn

  • Tools → Import Fn
"0":["ACTION_LAYER_MOMENTARY",1],"1":["ACTION_FUNCTION",2,0],"2":["ACTION_FUNCTION",7,1],"3":["ACTION_FUNCTION",7,0],"4":["ACTION_FUNCTION",4,0],"5":["ACTION_FUNCTION",3,0],"6":["ACTION_BACKLIGHT_STEP"],"7":["ACTION_BACKLIGHT_STEP"],"8":["ACTION_BACKLIGHT_DECREASE"],"9":["ACTION_BACKLIGHT_INCREASE"]

LED

  • Leave this default.

Download .eep file

  • Open kemap.eep in Notepad

Flashing the keymap

  1. Unplug cable from keyboard.
  2. Hold down far top left key – usually Esc.
  3. While holding down the top left key, plug the cable back into the keyboard.
  4. The Caps Lock LED should be flashing now.
  5. File → Print keymap.eep from Notepad.
  6. Leave this default.
  7. Leave all settings default.
  8. When you hit the Print button, the Caps Lock LED should flicker for a second or two and then stop.
  9. Once the Caps Lock LED is off, unplug the cable from the keyboard again.
  10. Plug the cable back into the keyboard!

This last part of the process should take less than a minute.

Good luck, have fun!

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