Okay, I haven't checked everything, but here is the last version I actually created in my word processor. some abbreviations I can't even remember!
First chart (alpha/shift) has a battery check if I hit Shift and Home. I'm not sure what the X is there for - maybe because at the time I created it, I cleared anything on the main layer for that key.
On the next chart (Green/Shift), I made space/tab into ESC. But if I'm just doing the space bar for the green layer, the tab key gives a period. The reason I did this was because on dvorak, the period in on the E key. But when doing numbers, hitting that key gives me a 3. Kinda awkward when typing numbers with decimals to get that so I figured I'd add a period to the green layer where tab is. Likewise, the home key below it gives a comma when holding space. But space and shift on the home key brings up Siri.
Right off hand, I don't recall changing the edit sections from default, but I may be wrong.
Don't recall if what I may or may not have changed on media or app layers. I do think some of the commands, when used on a Mac, do the same thing. So I may have deleted these "extras".
Number lock has the number changes I mentioned and the math operators and other things. On the left blade, I added things for Volume up and down (depending on whether you also hold the space bar) and muting. Also so other media control. And a key to brighten or dim the screen (depending on holding the space bar or not)
Don't know if I'll keep all that or not.
In the function layers, I presently just use the first.
FII shows desktop on Mac
F9 shows all windows
F10 shows windows for the active app and the "recent" list.
Accessing the Home key in the function layer turns off the TB
The others on the left blade copy screen or a window to the clipboard or desktop (4 choices).
On the right blade, we have the 3 volume controls I mentioned before. Also keys to increase text size, reduce text size, and close the active tab.
And again, controls to brighten or dim screen as well as play or pause media.
Note that many of these things I simply do not remember without looking. Little by little, the things I use a lot, I do remember. My biggest problem is, with those I don't remember, is whether I even remember what my abbreviations mean!!!
I do try to gradually place things in a logical pattern. Like the volume control order. Or even the four main math operators in Number layer - I go from "positive/simple" to more "advanced negative"
So, + simple positive (you are adding). Then - (simple negative since it is taking away). Then * to multiply (positive, but more advanced math) and finally / (negative action).
Just works for me. I've come up with other "logic" that could work too. All this stuff I don't use regularly is subject to change or even elimination.