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  • mireaux commented on mikeasaurus's instructable Emoji Keyboard5 months ago
    Emoji Keyboard

    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you...

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    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you the potential for 200+ custom symbols. Just another idea! 😁But anyway, a big 👍🏻for this project and I hope you keep creating 🔥stuff. ✌️

    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives yo...

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    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you the potential for 200+ custom symbols. Just another idea! 😁But anyway, a big 👍🏻for this project and I hope you keep creating 🔥stuff.

    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you the potenti...

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    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you the potential for 200+ custom symbols. Just another idea! But anyway, love this project and hope you keep creating cool stuff.

    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you...

    see more »

    This is really fun. I can see this being a marketable thing if you put together everything in a single package (stickers, a PDF template for the stickers, and a simple app for changing up the keyboard). On my mac, I used the Ukelele app to create a keyboard layout that includes all the symbols I frequently need to access. You can set it up so that you turn key combinations you never use anyway into emojis or symbols. I've currently got the greek alphabet as ctrl+opt+*letter* (ex. α σ δ) and ↓↑ as shift+opt+3 or 4. I also turned the [ ] \ keys into 123 so I can use a flashcard app right-handed and write with my left. You could easily add your favorite emojis to existing key combinations and even put a tiny sticker in the corner to remind yourself where they are. This also gives you the potential for 200+ custom symbols. Just another idea! 😁But anyway, a big 👍🏻for this project and I hope you keep creating 🔥stuff. ✌️

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  • mireaux commented on mireaux's instructable Easy Paper Lanterns2 years ago
    Easy Paper Lanterns

    You're very welcome!

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