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    I made a couple of images

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    DreymaR's Colemak Images

    (Well, some of them...)

    Here's a couple of my first Colemak images, maybe they're still useful to some:

    Colemak_background.png?dl=1    Colemak_light.gif?dl=1
    A desktop background and printable sticker image, for instance


    Colemak_SEO_DreymaR.gif?dl=1
    A layout image I hacked up from one I found on the net


    More image posts:

    I realized that this topic is linked to from the FAQ. Would be a shame, then, if people found it and didn't realize there are a bunch of other images to choose from now!

    I'll just mention some topics where I've added my own images:
    "I made a couple of images" as linked to from colemak.com. You Are Here!
    My new-and-improved Inkscape vector graphics, IBM keyboard style or plainer versions
    The 'Make your own physical keyboard' thread (plenty of real keyboard images there)
    My 'Big Bag of Tricks' topic has several images in it as well
    A simple but nice GIF (I made it from one I found on the net)

    Some topics with Colemak-related images:
    Colemak icons and ligatures
    Board Wars - A New Hope! (Hehe, I just had to...)
    A few playful twists for banners and the like


    More current images:

    The current state of my graphics (never mind if some keys are moved or tweaked in these, that can be configured):


       Cmk-ISO-MirrorOff-Angle_90d-FingerShui.png?dl=1
          My Feng Shui inspired fingering color scheme, with F# keys


       Cmk-ISO-eD-CurlAWide_96d-FShui.png?dl=1
          Colemak[eD] showing AltGr mappings, dead keys and the CurlAngleWide ergonomic mod


       Extend-ANSI-NoMod-Linux_96d.png?dl=1
          Extend mappings, with thematic colorings


       Tarmak_Spectral_ETROI.png?dl=1
          Tarmak transitional Colemak layouts, spectrally color coded from red (first step) to purple (last step)


    For more info about these layouts and layers as well as many more images, see my Big Bag posts.

    Last edited by DreymaR (12-Jun-2020 10:06:02)

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    Let me know under what name do you the images to be attributed, and under what license. I prefer all images to be released in the public domain.

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    Placeholder for DreymaR's image post 2: Keyboard image showcase (raster and SVG)

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    Old post:
    My name is Øystein Bech Gadmar, and the images are free to use and modify as anyone see fit. Modify them any way you like and use them on your site if you so desire. I don't know anything about release licenses I'm afraid.

    [edit: This means - yes, they're released in the public domain.]
    [edit: Note though, that the SVG images are under a Creative Commons CC-BY-NC licence. This means, mention me if you use them and ask if you want to use them commercially.]

    Last edited by DreymaR (12-Jun-2020 11:21:09)

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    Placeholder for DreymaR's image post 3: Interesting and funny image showcase

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    Joking Around

    Old post:
    Just for the sake of completeness, here are the Norwegian ones as well:

    Norsk_Colemak_bakgrunn.bmp
    My current Windows desktop background image

    Norsk_Colemak_lett.gif
    I'm sticking this one (or rather, the extended version of it) on my coffee mug as a conversation starter

    Last edited by DreymaR (02-Jul-2020 09:36:44)

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    On the light side of things: Try pasting the following code into your browser's address line from this page (or another):

    javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.images; DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position='absolute'; DIS.left=Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5; DIS.top=Math.cos(R*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5}R++}setInterval('A()',5); void(0);

    Remember to scroll to the top of the page if you can't see anything happening. You can hit "refresh page" when you're done enjoying yourself.

    :)  Because it's Friday!

    Last edited by DreymaR (09-Feb-2007 13:36:42)

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    OH MY COLEMAKS!!!

    That trick is always a pleasure to watch.

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