~ecs/keyboard

938db7511bcece94d55c5fe1f99bf0088ef1f008 — Ember Sawady 1 year, 1 month ago 83d6808 master
A TRS cable won't work
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M README.md
M README.md => README.md +3 -3
@@ 17,8 17,8 @@ A semi-coherent ramble that approximately details how I built my keyboard,
please send a patch if you have improvements.

- Get 2 Arduino Pro Micros, 42 mx style switches, 40 1-unit keycaps and 2 1.5-unit
  keycaps, a TRS or TRRS cable, 2 PJ-320A jacks, 42 diodes, some
  wire, headers, and a USB to Micro USB cable.
  keycaps, a TRRS cable, 2 PJ-320A jacks, 42 diodes, some wire, headers, and a
  USB to Micro USB cable.
- Print the [case](https://git.sr.ht/~evantj/handwiredCrkbdCase).
- Stick headers in the case, solder the headers that come with the Arduino onto
  it, and put the Arduinos in the case.


@@ 36,7 36,7 @@ please send a patch if you have improvements.
- Wire the columns to the bottom 6 pins on the right side of the Arduinos, with
  the column closest to the Arduino wired to the bottommost pin and the farthest
  column wired 5 rows above that.
- Plug the TRS/TRRS cable into both 3.5mm jacks, plug the left side into the
- Plug the TRRS cable into both 3.5mm jacks, plug the left side into the
  computer with the USB cable, run `./flash`, wait for it to compile and flash
  the left side, unplug the left side and plug in the right side, wait for it to
  flash the right side, and unplug and replug the keyboard. Repeat this step