9 thoughts on “Workman for PKL

  1. I am working on developing a keyboard layout for a very specific type of high stress use. If you wouldn’t mind I would like to talk to you about it.

  2. This is a great description of your process. It really show how well you understand the mechanics of what makes an optimized keyboard layout. I am working on a project to design a keyboard layout for a very specific type of extremely strenuous use — If you wouldn’t mind I would love the opportunity to talk to you about it.

  3. Hello again! First of all, thanks for the post! I’m glad that you found my implementation useful. You got my surname wrong, though: it’s “Bohdan”, not “Bodhan”.

    I’ll keep you updated and post here if I come up with anything new that’s Workman-related.

  4. The Ctrl+ keys are not mapped in the sourceforge files :(

    So if I use Workman then Ctrl+C is just as if it’s regular Windows.

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