Re: Avant Stellar
Kim Bastin <kimb <at> comcen.com.au>
2011-05-28 01:33:01 GMT
I have an older model of Avant Stellar, bought many years ago. The
remapping is saved in the keyboard itself.
On 28/05/2011 00:16, Brian Chamberlain wrote:
> Looks good but it is pretty pricey. Is there any indication that the
> remap-ability is saved on the keyboard itself? Meaning, can I remap to
> Dvorak, then plug it in to another computer and be able to type in Dvorak on
> a US Qwerty OS? I get the feeling I'll have to have their software on any
> computer I plug this keyboard into.
> Also, this remind me of a question I wanted to ask the group...
> Do any of you know of a Dvorak => Qwerty dongle/in-line hardware converter?
> On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 9:02 AM, Giles Orr<gilesorr <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> I haven't seen this mentioned here. The Avant Stellar isn't an
>> "alternative" keyboard in the sense of the Kinesis or Maltrons, but
>> may be of interest to some here - I know some of us love the IBM Model
>> M ...
>> What the Avant Stellar brings to the table is a full set of F keys on
>> the left as well as on the top, remappable keys, and excellent
>> construction (it weighs 3 kilos! (6.5 lb.)). It also comes with a
>> very hefty price tag.
>> gilesorr <at> gmail.com
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