Request: Review of Framework Laptop 16 Keyboard Layouts

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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Spanish

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Sweden

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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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Great feedback thus far. I will pass this along so concerns, ideas, etc are provided. Thanks all!

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I’m not sure how I feel about the numbers being above the shift characters. Like, I 60% don’t like it, 40% don’t care? It’s more of a nitpick I suppose.

This one I have much stronger feelings about. Please make the Super key be the Framework gear symbol! I really, really want a keyboard with a Framework-symbol Super key!

Not pictured in either of these images, though, is an Fn Lock light. Granted, they also don’t show the Caps Lock light in these graphics, so this is neither a confirmation nor disconfirmation. But since you’re looking for feedback, please put an Fn Lock light on the Esc key!!
When I’m playing Minecraft on my FW13, I like to turn Fn Lock off so I have access to F1/F2/F3. When I’m not playing Minecraft, I want Fn Lock turned on so I have access to my media keys.
The number of times I have accidentally refreshed a page (F5) because I meant to pause a song… Ugh…

I like the calculator button. Nice addition, and I think it will be very useful!
Now, maybe not everyone will agree with me on this next part, but I’d really like to have a numpad with no Num Lock. I never have a use to have Num Lock turned off. It is very annoying going to use the numpad and realizing that for whatever reason, Num Lock is off. If you want to include it just in case there is someone who will use it, might I recommend relegating it to an Fn key?

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