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My new Strafe RGB MX Silent is a great keyboard with great colors. But I have two concerns regarding 1) high key sensitivity, and 2) dim punctuation symbols. Are there any keycap options or adjustments that would address these? Details: 1. Pushing a key down by a tiny amount, like barely a millimeter, seems to activate it. The keys also feel light for that first millimeter. I end up pressing the "d" key by accident just by resting my left fingers on the keyboard. I think pressing a key should require more downward travel or more downward force. 2. On any key with two symbols on it, like the number/punctuation keys, the backlit bottom symbol is too dim to see well, even at the brightest setting. So on the 3# key, the 3 is bright and the # is too dim. On the single/double quote key, you can barely see the double quote symbol at all. The top symbol is the “non-shift” character, which is counterintuitive (on most computer keyboards it's at the bottom), so I guess they’re trying to highlight it. But it’s a problem for me. Strangely, the photo on the box shows the top and bottom symbols at almost identical brightness (hello Photoshop) So it's a bit misleading, not that I noticed the box anyway. If there's a way to rectify these issues with new key caps or mechanisms, especially the sensitivity, I'd love to know. Thanks!
Greetings, I have a Strafe RGB Keyboard (And an M65 RBG). However lately I am noticing a common occurring issue with the keyboard. The keys are becoming extremely sensitive. Just resting my hands on the home row with little to no pressure is causing the keys to type/repeat. Is anyone else noticing these issues after 1-2 years of ownership? I am used to a key needing to be depressed at least 1/2 - 3/4 of the full travel distance before a key engaging. I love the keyboard, but it is starting to cause issues while coding and I fear I may have to pick up another keyboard :[pouts: Any suggestions would be great!