Hello!  I purchased a used Diamante a few years ago and it did not come with the wide keys.  I have  been searching online for a solution for awhile.  I had been in touch with Top Cat Steno and was hopeful they'd have some for me, but after a couple emails, I never heard from them again.  I read somewhere that a reporter DIY'd it on her machine but I cannot find that post anywhere.  I live in Alaska where there are no service options and I'm sure shipping back and forth would be astronomical these days.  I was wondering if the keys from my Mira would be universal, but I am also afraid of bending the keys trying to take  them off.   Any help on this would be much appreciated. Thanks! 

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Why don't you just send it to Stenograph and have them fix it.  This should have been a question to ask before spending

thousands of $$$ BTW.

Call Worth Business Machines in Chicago.  Also, you should probably be calling TopCat as opposed to emailing.  I have used TopCat for years and they are very responsive.  I suggest you do not try this on your own.  You will mess up your writer.

You could add the key pads (cushy) and use the extended key pads to create the fit you want.  Etsy has key pads and there are others.  I added four key pads (four pads on each key) on the vowels to give me a raised vowel row to help with the trigger thumb pain.  Hope this helps!!!!

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