NIKON D7100 f/5.6, 1/125, ISO 800, 85 (127) mm (2021:01:22 17:27:42)
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NIKON D7100 f/5.6, 1/100, ISO 100, 40 (60) mm (2021:01:25 17:10:47)
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Simply type all the keys and shift, alt, alt+shift combinations and then you can print out an overview of your keymap for easy reference. (Or make a PDF, or take a screenshot, of course.)
Works best in Safari on the Mac, but most keys will be detected correctly with other browsers / operating systems, too.
(This is Apple's "ABC - Extended" layout, formerly known as "US Extended".)
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NIKON D7100 f/5.6, 1/8, ISO 3200, 26 (39) mm (2021:01:29 17:55:08)
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As most people who’ve used a keyboard in (another) European country can attest to, all the other countries use really crazy keyboard layouts. An effort like EurKEY tries to solve this by coming up with a keyboard layout that works for all latin script languages. Apple’s ABC Extended (formerly US Extended) is also a pretty good effort.
However, coming up with a really good keyboard layout is pretty easy. Getting people to abandon the keyboard layout they’re used in favor of a “better” one to is the big problem. (Insert old joke: standards are great, there are so many to choose from!) So what I wanted to do is come up with something that works for people who find themselves behind a foreign keyboard, but also those who appreciate having a layout that makes it easier to type their most-used language.
Canon PowerShot SX280 HS f/4, 1/800, ISO 400, 8.9 mm (2021:02:07 14:06:28)
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NIKON D7100 f/8, 1/200, ISO 100, 46 (69) mm (2021:02:09 17:24:22)
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NIKON D7100 f/5.6, 1/80, ISO 100, 42 (63) mm (2021:02:11 08:30:02)
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NIKON D7100 f/4, 1/3, ISO 1600, 22 (33) mm (2021:02:12 18:45:42)
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NIKON D7100 f/5.6, 1/13, ISO 800, 40 (60) mm (2021:02:24 07:17:50)
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I think it was in 2016 that 2.5 and 5 Gigabit Ethernet was standardized. After a year or two the first USB to 5GE adapters started to appear at about €/$ 100 and about two years ago the first €/$ 50 2.5GE ones. Right now, there's a ton of USB 2.5GE adapters at good prices.
I got a Cable Matters one for € 31 off of Amazon.Read the article - posted 2021-03-03