There are two ways to save your layout to your board.
After configuring your layout in Oryx, flash your board right from Chrome, or any other Chromium-based browser.
With our native app (called Keymapp). Use Keymapp to flash your board, then view your keyboard's layout.
Before flashing, there are some steps you may need to follow, depending on your operating system.
You can use either Keymapp or Chrome.
You must install Keymapp, whether or not you'll be using it. It comes with a driver that Windows needs.
After that, you can use either Keymapp or Chrome.
You'll need to do a couple extra steps. If you want to use Keymapp, follow all the steps on this page. If you want to use Chrome, you only need Step 2 (“Create a udev rule file”).
Save your layout to your board directly in Oryx
A live visual reference for your layout, right when you need it.
Right now, Keymapp is exclusive to the Voyager. It will fully support all of our other keyboards in the next few weeks - stay tuned!
Saving to your board
Select: Browse for your firmware file.
Displaying your layout as you work
Keymapp allows you to view your keyboard's layout right on your screen, in real-time. When you switch a layer, Keymapp's display updates to show the keys active on this layer.
If you want to know more about a key, simply click it.
The ultimate learning aid
Easy and simple to refer to your layout at any time, without having to print anything or have a website open.
Everything in one place
Keymapp also has handy shortcuts for configuring your keyboard, flashing a new layout, and accessing our rich suite of Live Training modes online.
Keymapp's window can be made small, and can be kept always-on-top so you can use it as an overlay in the corner of your screen. Alternatively, it can work as a regular window and be as large as you want it.
When you're just getting started with a new board from ZSA, Keymapp makes things that much smoother.