Yep, that’s a known limitation. I disabled them instead of letting them be enabled but doing nothing. (#63)
Mhm. What do you think would be a better place to put the speed dial? Or rather, what would be the best way to make the same-ish functionality available that’s less surprising?
Adding layers is… not the most intuitive at the moment. There’s limited amount of space on the keyboard’s EEPROM, and we pre-allocate slices of it for various purposes, at compile-time. So there’s no way to extend the number of layers, you only have as many as you configured (3+5 with the factory firmware; 3 read-only in PROGMEM, 5 additional ones in EEPROM). Thus, an “Add Layer” button doesn’t fit this model.
The way you “add” layers is choose one that’s past the read-only PROGMEM layers, and set it up as if it were your default, replacing the built-in ones. Then you set it as the default. (We’ll provide a copy layer functionality later on, to make this task easier).
I suppose this should be better explained, and a help button, or help screen would go a long way.
If we can come up with a way that allows the built-in, read-only keymap to be able to switch to an EEPROM layer, and make that configurable, that will open up a few new possibilities.