Thanks, that's great! ∩(◕‿◕｡)∩～♪
The recommended finger placement may need some explanation for newcomers, so maybe you could add it in your documentation too?
Colemak was designed for the traditional fingering pattern so the middle finger should hit C etc, but that makes the left wrist twisted when reaching down to the bottom row. This leads to ulnar deviation in the lower arm, which is strainful and bad for you. The Angle mod was created to counter this issue so the left wrist can be straightened while keeping the same fingerings. The DH mod uses an Angle mod unless you're on a matrix-type board where such a mod isn't needed nor indeed possible.
Image from colemakmods. Each color corresponds to a finger. On ANSI boards the Z key moves to the old B position instead.
For vanilla Tarmak, you can choose when to learn an Angle mod. You could learn it before you start Tarmak, even, typing QWERTY-Angle for a while. Tarmak-DH, on the other hand, needs the Angle mod in place which by default happens in step 2 as you know. So you could do step 1 of Tarmak-DH with the traditional fingering if you wish, or add an Angle mod to it if you wish. But for step 2 you should use the straight-wrist technique.
See this section of the BigBag: AngleWide, and the Curl part below it.
Last edited by DreymaR (09-Apr-2021 09:47:43)