2021-07-07 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

I kept a list of settings I would like to change or allow users to alter, like turning off the vibration. There are two settings pages where I can toggle vibration, volume multiplier, diagnostic printing, and eventually muting the keyboard. There are also placeholder bits for turning off the screen and Bluetooth to conserve battery. I added a line under the setting name indicating active or inactive. In the case of the volume multiplier, I used a number from one to five.

Right now, all the user settings reside in volatile memory, so if the device resets, they all resort to default. I plan to make them resilient, but that is a little trickier.
First settings page

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