2023-06-18 (Su) KeyBoardolier Typing layers

I mapped out the layers I wanted for the offhand keys. I decided against making a layer for every combination, which would result in sixteen, which seemed excessive. The Arduino memory was running low, and I pared the list down to six that would be easy to press. I wrote a function to check the keys that used digitalRead() on analog pins, which worked all right. I built the scaffolding for the new modes, but they act the same as mode 00 for now. When I sketch out each key, I will replace the known-good actions with experimental ones.
Hundreds of lines for each typing layer

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