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One-shots are a new kind of behaviour for your standard modifier and momentary
layer keys: instead of having to hold them while pressing other keys, they can
be tapped and released, and will remain active until any other key is pressed
subject to a time-out.
In short, they turn `Shift, A` into `Shift+A`, and `Fn, 1` to `Fn+1`. The main
advantage is that this allows us to place the modifiers and layer keys to
positions that would otherwise be awkward when chording. Nevertheless, they
still act as normal when held, that behaviour is not lost.
Furthermore, if a one-shot key is double-tapped ie tapped two times in quick
succession, it becomes sticky, and remains active until disabled with a third tap.
This can be useful when one needs to input a number of keys with the modifier or
layer active, and does not wish to hold the key down. If this "stickability"
feature is undesirable, it can be unset (and later again set) for individual
modifiers/layers. If stickability is unset, double-tapping a one-shot modifier
will just restart the timer.