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no comfortable default layout for surface pro first gen

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Mon Mar 20 2017, 12:46pm
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I recently bought an old Surface Pro from 2013 and the bezels are huge. And I have relatively small hands.
I'd like to use a split key layout like TwoSides or TwoSides2, but with the inner keys (5,t,g,b;6,y,h,n) being much
closer to the screen edges. That'll make them a bit harder, but moch more comfortable to hit.
I didn't find a convenient way of shrinking it that way (manipulating width never quite
does what I expect it to, with or without 'keep aspect ratio', I think that setting only makes sense with
a non-split keyboard).
I know, I could probably make that happen by shrinking the width of each key and then trying to
arrange them edge by edge, but that's a lot of work, for configuring software, that I can't yet
decide to buy (without it being comfortable, I wouldn't want to test it for long).

Could you add a TwoSidesEdgeClose and TwoSidesEdgeClose (maybe with some different degrees of edge-closeness)?
Or is there maybe a user layout like that already somewhere, that I could take?
My thumb is 2.75 inches/7cm long, all four bezels are 0.8 inches/2cm long , the resolution for the device is
1920 by 1080, if that helps.
Best Regards,
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