Welcome to a wonderful journey into the magic of Colemak and its many possibilities! As the Tarmak creator, I sincerely hope you'll have a pleasant experience with it.
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I just noticed that you've asked this in two places. Maybe delete the questions in the other thread then, for clarity?
Is there online training for Tarmak 1?
See the BigBag Training page. There's a site named Colemak Typing Club by GNUsenpai that has Tarmak training steps. Or you can train by selecting word lists as described. I've included a set downloadable from the Training page, that you could use on Monkeytype or wherever.
For the right, is home position nel;? Or hnel?
Tarmak is about small changes. The home position in standard Tarmak steps never changes. In the first step, only the keys ENK(J) change.
If you use EPKL, the Caps key was probably turned into a wonderfully powerful Extend key! See the BigBag Extend page. It's very good to start with Extend as soon as possible, so don't wait with it as you'll hate yourself for that afterwards. Meanwhile, press Caps+Esc for the Caps function.
Is there a chart somewhere that shows recommended fingers for each key grouping in Tarmak 1, 2, 3, etc?
As said, no recommended fingerings change. If your technique was bad beforehand, look at one of the help images with fingering for the finished layout. They are found in the BigBag, in EPKL and on the Colemakmods site. Each finger gets one color. Note that the same fingers hit the X (ring), C (middle) and V (index) keys both with and without the Angle mod! If you have "angle-cheated" by hitting C with your index finger on QWERTY, you should relearn it with proper technique:
Colemak with only an Angle mod (alias Colemak-A-ISO), on an ISO keyboard. Image from EPKL.
Colemak-DH (plus Sym, alias Colemak-CAS-ANS), on an ANSI board. Image from EPKL.
Last edited by DreymaR (18-Oct-2021 11:17:32)