Request: Review of Framework Laptop 16 Keyboard Layouts

Japanese

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Korean

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Latin American Spanish

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As for the german layout, I noticed you modified the bottom row in the Version 02 to be centered for the fn, alt, alt gr and strg (I like that).

Is there a reason why we don’t have full-size left and right arrows anymore? Is there anything I’ve missed in the V02?

The german one does not have any obvious issues/mistakes.

Edit:
Why does the International English have a super key but the german one a Windows symbol? :confused:

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Norwegian

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Portuguese

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Kessé c’t’affaire-là ?
I have never seen a layout like this. It looks like you would need to hold Shift to enter a . ?
It doesn’t match at all the fr-ca layout Framework sells for the Framework 13.
I could be wrong (I don’t use QWERTY) but definitely double-check this whole thing.

Slovak

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Slovenian

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—>>> Updated keyboard layout link

Spanish

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Sweden

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** —>>> Updated keyboard layout**

Swiss

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Traditional Chinese

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Thai

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UK English

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US English (RGB)

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US English (Linux/V2)

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US English

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Num Pad US English

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In my experience, “druck” instead of “PRT SCR” and “bild” instead of “pg” seem more common on german keyboards.
And I’ve once or twice seen “fn-sperre” in place of “fn lock” (usually, they don’t print anything on the key and probably just hope that you learn about that functionality by chance, osmosis or whatever or - if they’re really nice - they add a status LED to the key).
Oh, and 5 of the 6 german keyboards (4 laptops, 2 desktops) near me at the moment (+ one ancient typewriter) use a big down arrow instead of a big up arrow for the caps lock key. The one with the up arrow is the 12th Gen Framework 13…

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