I was wondering what is the usual reason for splitting the + key on the numpad and how would you normally map a numpad like that? Is there some kind of a “conventional” mapping (maybe an OEM board which has a layout like this?) or do people just use whatever ?
The reason I’m asking is I’m about to build a KBD19x, and I think I might want to build it with a split +, but I’m not 100% sure … If I do decide to go for it, I’d probably put + and - in place of the 2u +, remove the useless numlock from the toprow and use the two freed up keys for PrtScr and Pause/Break
What do you think? Do you have a different layout suggestion?