KMonad gives you superpowers & you'll end up using it everyday

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  • keyd

    A key remapping daemon for linux.

    If someone likes his but not so fond of haskell or want something simpler you could try https://github.com/rvaiya/keyd I personally use it to map CAPS to CTRL so it works also on tty and to use Right alt for a layer with hjkl mapped to arrow keys

  • kmonad

    An advanced keyboard manager (by zim0369)

    After install check out this video and read below to understand how things work then start experimenting. You might also want to take a look at my config file.

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Data Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services in less time with less code.

  • kmonad

    An advanced keyboard manager

    Please check this file for windows & mac specific configuration.

  • GokuRakuJoudo

    config karabiner with ease

    If you think Karabiner json config is horrible, you might know this make https://github.com/yqrashawn/GokuRakuJoudo config is such a joy

  • xmonad-conf

    Nakal's Xmonad (plus desktop) configuration

    If anyone is interested in a German keyboard behaving mostly like US keyboard, but with full 4 layers, Vim optimizations like swapesc and a compose key, you can take a look how I did it in a 24 lines long setxkbmap configuration.

  • ktrl

    A Supercharged Keyboard Programming Daemon ⌨️

    I found the configuration a bit confusing, and an alternative I ended up using is https://github.com/ItayGarin/ktrl.

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