My work has me back on a Mac. I am using my mechanical keyboard (USB, Cherry blue switches, not that that's important) with OS X. The problem though, is that I get relatively frequent "bouncing" or "chatter" of the keystrokes. For example, if I type
hello something like
heello might appear. This is rather annoying, especially when entering passwords.
Under Linux I could solve this in software by debouncing, using the
xkbsetbouncekeysdelay setting, which adds a minimum number of milliseconds, e.g. 40ms, between key presses. Rather a blunt tool but solves the problem perfectly. However, I haven't been able to find an analogue under OS X.
Does anyone have any software based suggestions? Am I overlooking a simple plist setting somewhere?