Updated Guide: N-Key Rollover in @CircuitPython 7 @adafruit
Jeff Epler details how to create an N-Key Rollover (NKRO) HID Device in CircuitPython 7.
CircuitPython’s standard USB keyboard descriptor only supports pressing up to 6 non-modifier keys at a time, called 6-Key Rollover or 6KRO. This example shows how you can use an alternate USB descriptor to enable unlimited rollover (also called N-Key Rollover or NKRO) using the Adafruit MacroPad.
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