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Kaleidoscope-TopsyTurvy

TopsyTurvy is a plugin that inverts the behaviour of the Shift key for some selected keys. That is, if configured so, it will input ! when pressing the 1 key without Shift, but with the modifier pressed, it will input the original 1 symbol.

Using the plugin

To use the plugin, one needs to include the header, mark keys to apply plugin effects to, and use the plugin:

#include <Kaleidoscope.h>
#include <Kaleidoscope-TopsyTurvy.h>

// In the keymap:
TOPSY(1), TOPSY(2), TOPSY(3)

KALEIDOSCOPE_INIT_PLUGINS(TopsyTurvy);

void setup () {
  Kaleidoscope.setup ();
}

Keymap markup

There is only one macro that the plugin provides, which one can use in keymap definitions:

TOPSY(key)

Mark the specified key (without the Key_ prefix!) for TopsyTurvy, and swap the effect of Shift when the key is used. One can have any number of topsy-turvy keys on a keymap.

The keys must be plain old keys, modifiers or anything other augmentation cannot be applied.

The plugin provides a number of macros one can use in keymap definitions:

Plugin methods

The plugin provides the TopsyTurvy object, without any public methods or properties.

Further reading

Starting from the example is the recommended way of getting started with the plugin.

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