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26 Apr 2018
Previously released only for Windows, the official FlashTool utility for the Gemini is now available for Linux, too:

http://support.planetcom.co.uk/index.php/F...shTool_on_Linux

Varti
24 Apr 2018
If you still have to buy an SD card for your Gemini, here's a ongoing special offer on Amazon UK, a 200GB SanDisk microSDXC card for £55.19 (63 euros/77 USD); I believe it can be bought by non-UK residents too:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-microSDXC-...GB+microsd&

Thanks to Mike Halsey for the heads up.

Varti
19 Apr 2018
Igor Shastitko has posted an interesting timelapse video demonstrating how he has replaced the keyboard mat on his Gemini:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3n-w0dqT4U

Varti
18 Apr 2018
For your convenience, I'm posting here the link for the online order checker page and pinning the thread, so that it will be hopefully easier to find the page in case you don't have the link handy:

http://planetcom.co.uk/checker

or

http://planetcom.co.uk:8080/

Varti
18 Apr 2018
Tim Nevits has posted some time ago on the FB Gemini page a simple yet effective way to fix the problem with the space bar. Hopefully this won't be necessary anymore with the new mats being sent to existing owners and mounted by default on all the next devices, but just in case, here are the instructions and a few photos (reposted with permission from Tim):

"Finally hacked my space bar to respond when hit off center - with a tiny piece of paper no less! My Gemini's Achilles heel be gone! I'm using it as a "spacer" between the rubber ring under the bar and the key itself. The peg from the space bar goes through the hole in the paper. I figured when the key was hit on the side, the rubber ring wasn't getting pushed down far enough. The paper can't be too thick, or it won't work (a normal 70g/m2 A4 sheet of paper will do). There’s not much guidance needed. It takes a bit of fidgeting but it's really simple."

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