2019-01-09 (W) ModuKey

Processing the keymaps into code needed further streamlining as it was needlessly tedious and prone to mistakes. The keyboard commands were typed into Google Sheets so they could be formatted and transferred out cleanly.

The remaining modules were each given a tab. Each mode for a particular module had a column, and the key functions were written in every fourth row. Subsequent columns started one row lower, so the four modes had staggered key functions. This special formatting was done so that all four columns could be copied and then merged into a single column with all the functions in a line.

Spreadsheets with formatted code snippets

ModuKey on GitHub

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