I'm in the process of programming and testing a QUICKIE! The Hasu USB-USB Converter. It's a wonderful device, although it'd be nice with a little more than 32kB (static) memory to play with. I've implemented two Extend layers (the second one activated by the Tab key; tapping Tab gives its normal functionality) and everything's dandy.
My workplace got a new IT policy that's too restrictive for anything else to work, so I plunged in and bought some of these beauties. I'll be getting back with more results as I progress with it.
You can't really tell how good a new layout is for you until you've tried it for quite a while. Common error. Thing is, there are levels of knowing a layout and at the top levels you automatize common n-grams – some even with alternative fingering. This isn't learned well until you've typed with the layout for some years in my experience. Although some may be much faster to it, you'll need some time at least. So stick with a new layout for at least half a year before you pass judgement, is my advice. I know, a boring suggestion but there you are.
I promise you that Colemak will flow beautifully for you in time. (Maybe even more so with the DH-mod if you're up to it – but you can slap that on later if you feel like it, no hurry.) ;-)
Last edited by DreymaR (07-Jun-2016 09:59:24)