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[QUESTION] Does the teensy2 version of the firmware have NKRO?

[QUESTION] Does the teensy2 version of the firmware have NKRO?

From:
Tyler Benziger
Date:
2015-05-19 @ 20:16
Trying to sell a hand-wired/acrylic Atreus and someone is asking if it has
NKRO: 
http://www.reddit.com/r/mechmarket/comments/36i2ci/usaca_h_assembled_atreus_with_custom_blue_acrylic/

<http://www.reddit.com/r/mechmarket/comments/36i2ci/usaca_h_assembled_atreus_with_custom_blue_acrylic/>

I’m not a big gamer so this wasn’t a requirement for me. Never looked into it.

Can anybody help?

—Tyler

Re: [atreus] [QUESTION] Does the teensy2 version of the firmware have NKRO?

From:
Phil Hagelberg
Date:
2015-05-20 @ 04:33
Tyler Benziger <tyler@benziger.net> writes:

> Trying to sell a hand-wired/acrylic Atreus and someone is asking if it 
has NKRO: 
http://www.reddit.com/r/mechmarket/comments/36i2ci/usaca_h_assembled_atreus_with_custom_blue_acrylic/

<http://www.reddit.com/r/mechmarket/comments/36i2ci/usaca_h_assembled_atreus_with_custom_blue_acrylic/>

As long as the diodes are in place for every key, the hardware supports
NKRO. Whether it actually uses it depends on the firmware. The
atreus-firmware codebase does 6KRO, but I believe if you load TMK onto
it then it's full NKRO.

-Phil