Each black 2-key
combination above is a shift function to obtain the rest of the letters
in each group, or just produces the letter marked on it when pressed
- The ABC-123 mode change toggles between
the two character sets
(black and grey)
inside the frame
- With SYMB, single characters can be
picked from the parallel
also outside the frame. For example, colon (:) is obtained by
pressing SYMB before period (.).
is that for frequently used characters, only 1 to 3 simultaneous key
presses are needed but for functions more. This way typing is lighter
and functions will not be activated by mistake if typing carelessly.
- SHIFT is mainly for capitalizing but
when the character is not a letter, the effect is the same as with SYMB
Two consecutive SHIFTs set CAPS LOCK on and one more turns it off. One
SHIFT has an
effect on one character only.