GMK

Dracula

A dark theme for GMK and 50+ apps

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GMK Dracula

Intro

GMK Dracula turns the software aesthetic into keyboard keyset form, expanding the theme even further with add-on modules. The set features dark greyish blue tones with dark blue-purple-gray alphas. The default legend color is a contrasting neutral/cool white, which adds to the overall legibility of the classic text + icon legends. In addition, the Core and add-on modules include legends and accent keys in various pastel and neon colors, all based on selected Dracula Theme colors.

- By pikku-allu

Group Buy

  • Starts: October 4th
  • Ends: October 31st
  • Estimated shipping: Q2 2020

Vendor List

Renders

Highlight Module on a TGR-910 Core Module on a TGR-910 Highlight Module variation on a TGR-910

Modules

Core

The Core Module is the starting point of the set, featuring classic multicolored syntax highlighting of the Dracula Theme. The module offers compatibility for most layouts, while keeping the cost down by not bloating the kit with too much options.

Core Module

Highlight

Spice up your set with fully colored accent keys for extra highlighting, featuring cherry-picked theme colors.

Highlight Module

Nightmode

If you enjoy a clean look, it's time to turn on the nightmode for GMK Dracula. Tone down the look of your set with a unified modifier color-scheme with the Nightmode Module.

Nightmode Module

Whitespace

Whether you like to use spaces or tabs for indentation, that's up to you. Here's some whitespace inserting blocks for everyone to use, including accent colored ones.

Whitespace Module

Minify

Here it is! The ultimate kit for 40%, ortholinear, and split layout keyboards. But wait, there's more! Even a second B key is included in case your dog eats the other one.

Minify Module

Localization

Language support for Nordic (Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian), German, and UK layouts.

Localization Module

Command

What did you think it was going to be called? Support for macOS specific keys. Starting at $999 :P

Command Module

Err!

Err! Module

Made with by Zeno Rocha
under MIT license