2021-07-01 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

I tried again, in vain, to solve the encoder's pushbutton problem, but I removed it for now. The rotary code now changes layers depending on which direction it rotates. I created five to start, beginning with arrow keys. For now, each keyswitch activates only one key, like "volume up" or "return." Next, I made the screen show the layer name and the function of each key. The legends are hard-coded strings and had to be tweaked so they aligned neatly. The last two layers are "hard to reach" function keys, namely F17 to F24, which shouldn't interfere with casual usage.

At this point, the keyboard is functional enough to use "in the wild," and I will take it to work.
Changing layers

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