If you ever wanted to just repeat the last key pressed, no matter what it was, this plugin is made for you. It allows you to configure a key that will repeat whatever the last previously pressed key was. Of course, one can limit which keys are remembered…

Using the plugin

To use the plugin, we’ll need to enable it, and configure a key to act as the “redial” key. This key should be on the keymap too.

#include <Kaleidoscope.h>
#include <Kaleidoscope-Redial.h>

// Place Key_Redial somewhere on the keymap...


void setup() {

Overridable plugin methods

bool shouldRemember(Key mapped_key)

If one wants to change what keys the plugin remembers, simply override the kaleidoscope::Redial::shouldRemember function. Whenever a key is to be remembered, this function will be called with the key as argument. It should return true if the key should be remembered (and repeated by Redial), false otherwise.

By default, the plugin will remember alphanumeric keys only.


Further reading

Starting from the example is the recommended way of getting started with the plugin.