,/* -*- mode: c++ -*-
 * Imago.ino -- Example sketch for the Keyboardio Imago
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#include "Kaleidoscope.h"
#include "Kaleidoscope-Macros.h"

// Support for controlling the keyboard's LEDs
#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDControl.h"

// Support for the "Boot greeting" effect, which pulses the 'LED' button for 10s
// when the keyboard is connected to a computer (or that computer is powered on)
#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDEffect-BootGreeting.h"

// Support for LED modes that set all LEDs to a single color
#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDEffect-SolidColor.h"

// Support for an LED mode that makes all the LEDs 'breathe'
#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDEffect-Breathe.h"

#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDEffect-Chase.h"

// Support for LED modes that pulse the keyboard's LED in a rainbow pattern
#include "Kaleidoscope-LEDEffect-Rainbow.h"

// Support for host power management (suspend & wakeup)
#include "Kaleidoscope-HostPowerManagement.h"

// Support for magic combos (key chords that trigger an action)
#include "Kaleidoscope-MagicCombo.h"

// Support for USB quirks, like changing the key state report protocol
#include "Kaleidoscope-USB-Quirks.h"

enum {  _QWERTY,

/* *INDENT-OFF* */


Key_F1, Key_Escape,	Key_Backtick,	Key_1,		Key_2,	 	Key_3,		Key_4,	   Key_5, Key_6,	Key_7,		Key_8, 		Key_9,	    Key_0, 	Key_Minus,	Key_Equals,	Key_Backspace,
Key_F2, Key_Tab,	Key_Q,	 	Key_W,		Key_E,	 	Key_R,		Key_T,	   			Key_Y, 		Key_U,	 	Key_I,	    Key_O,      Key_P,	 	Key_LeftBracket, Key_RightBracket, Key_Backslash,
Key_F3, Key_Escape,	Key_A,	 	Key_S,	 	Key_D,	 	Key_F,		Key_G,	   			Key_H, 		Key_J,	 	Key_K,	      Key_L,	    Key_Semicolon,	Key_Quote, Key_Enter,
Key_F4, Key_LeftShift,	Key_Z,	 	Key_X,	 	Key_C,	 	Key_V,		Key_B,	    Key_UpArrow,   	Key_N, 		Key_M,	 	Key_Comma,    Key_Period,	Key_Slash,	Key_RightShift,	Key_LEDEffectNext,
Key_F5,	Key_LeftControl,Key_LeftAlt,	Key_LeftGui, 	Key_Backspace,     Key_LeftArrow, 		    Key_DownArrow,	Key_RightArrow, Key_Space, 	Key_RightAlt, Key_Menu, Key_RightControl, Key_LEDEffectNext

/* *INDENT-ON* */

// These 'solid' color effect definitions define a rainbow of
// LED color modes calibrated to draw 500mA or less on the
// Keyboardio Model 01.

static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidRed(160, 0, 0);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidOrange(140, 70, 0);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidYellow(130, 100, 0);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidGreen(0, 160, 0);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidBlue(0, 70, 130);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidIndigo(0, 0, 170);
static kaleidoscope::plugin::LEDSolidColor solidViolet(130, 0, 120);

/** toggleLedsOnSuspendResume toggles the LEDs off when the host goes to sleep,
 * and turns them back on when it wakes up.
void toggleLedsOnSuspendResume(kaleidoscope::plugin::HostPowerManagement::Event event) {
  switch (event) {
  case kaleidoscope::plugin::HostPowerManagement::Suspend:
  case kaleidoscope::plugin::HostPowerManagement::Resume:
  case kaleidoscope::plugin::HostPowerManagement::Sleep:

/** hostPowerManagementEventHandler dispatches power management events (suspend,
 * resume, and sleep) to other functions that perform action based on these
 * events.
void hostPowerManagementEventHandler(kaleidoscope::plugin::HostPowerManagement::Event event) {

/** This 'enum' is a list of all the magic combos used by the Model 01's
 * firmware The names aren't particularly important. What is important is that
 * each is unique.
 * These are the names of your magic combos. They will be used by the
 * `USE_MAGIC_COMBOS` call below.
enum {
  // Toggle between Boot (6-key rollover; for BIOSes and early boot) and NKRO
  // mode.

/** A tiny wrapper, to be used by MagicCombo.
 * This simply toggles the keyboard protocol via USBQuirks, and wraps it within
 * a function with an unused argument, to match what MagicCombo expects.
static void toggleKeyboardProtocol(uint8_t combo_index) {

/** Magic combo list, a list of key combo and action pairs the firmware should
 * recognise.
USE_MAGIC_COMBOS({.action = toggleKeyboardProtocol,
                  // Left Fn + Esc + Shift
                  .keys = { R3C6, R2C6, R3C7 }


                          // LEDControl provides support for other LED modes

                          // The rainbow effect changes the color of all of the keyboard's keys at the same time
                          // running through all the colors of the rainbow.

                          // The rainbow wave effect lights up your keyboard with all the colors of a rainbow
                          // and slowly moves the rainbow across your keyboard

                          // The chase effect follows the adventure of a blue pixel which chases a red pixel across
                          // your keyboard. Spoiler: the blue pixel never catches the red pixel

                          // These static effects turn your keyboard's LEDs a variety of colors
                          solidRed, solidOrange, solidYellow, solidGreen, solidBlue, solidIndigo, solidViolet,

                          // The breathe effect slowly pulses all of the LEDs on your keyboard

                          // The HostPowerManagement plugin allows us to turn LEDs off when then host
                          // goes to sleep, and resume them when it wakes up.

                          // The MagicCombo plugin lets you use key combinations to trigger custom
                          // actions - a bit like Macros, but triggered by pressing multiple keys at the
                          // same time.

                          // The USBQuirks plugin lets you do some things with USB that we aren't
                          // comfortable - or able - to do automatically, but can be useful
                          // nevertheless. Such as toggling the key report protocol between Boot (used
                          // by BIOSes) and Report (NKRO).

void setup() {

void loop() {