Quantum keycodes allow for easier customisation of your keymap than the basic ones provide, without having to define custom actions.
All keycodes within quantum are numbers between
0xFFFF. Within your
keymap.c it may look like you have functions and other special cases, but ultimately the C preprocessor will translate those into a single 4 byte integer. QMK has reserved
0x00FF for standard keycodes. These are keycodes such as
KC_LCTL, which are basic keys defined in the USB HID specification.
On this page we have documented keycodes between
0xFFFF which are used to implement advanced quantum features. If you define your own custom keycodes they will be put into this range as well.
||Put the keyboard into DFU mode for flashing|
||Toggles debug mode|
||Acts as escape when pressed normally but when pressed with Shift or GUI will send a ```|
||Left shift when held, open paranthesis when tapped|
||Right shift when held, close paranthesis when tapped|
||The leader key|
||The lock key|
||to call macro n|
||to macro-tap n idk FIXME|