by CapLab GmbH
Great question, happy to shed some light on it! Each of these squares (6 on the left, 6 on the right) represents basically one keystroke. Technically a keyboard allows to press 6 keys simultaneously – that´s why it´s 6 on both “sides” of the axis. You can move each of those squares (“keystrokes”) freely! Meaning you can assign whatever inclination angle you want to each of those squares. Whether you want all of these 6 keys to be pressed simultaneously at 5°, successively at 5°, 7°, 10, or any combination of both – it´s totally up to you! Indeed, Ryton, the possibilities are endless – can´t wait what you will come up with!
On the screenshot for the keybinding, are each of those green squares designated degrees at which you can bind keys? Can you move them around? The software looks great, endless possibilities.