2023-09-27 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck Right hand COMPLETED

I used Arduino's keyboard library, designed for the 32u4 microcontroller, but it refused to acknowledge many modifiers and ordinary keys. For example, when I pressed one of the three keys for the spacebar, I had to use "Keyboard.press((char) 0x20);" and similarly for releasing the button. Fortunately, the help page provided the HEX code for the keys, but I still had to consult the ASCII table for some symbols like brackets and punctuation.

I finished coding and tested all the buttons with CAPS LOCK, shift, and alone to confirm they were functioning perfectly. The keyboard has no navigation keys like arrow, HOME, END, or PAGE UP/DOWN, but I can hold shift to access them. When I build the left side, they will be easier to access.
Operational keyboard

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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