Greetings guys. Now i'm a Truly Ergonomic keyboard owner!
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- yeah, i guess yes and no. It's similar to Dvorak, or Kineses, Maltron. Once you adapt new ways, the habit of old way may gradually go away. but overall much better i think. But i think people are just flexible. e.g. Mac keys vs Window/Linux keys, emacs keys vs all other app keys. Even many keys in different browsers don't agree on the same OS.Jan 31, 2013
- I never found a problem adapting. Heck, for a while I was using a normal keyboard and two Maltrons with different layouts for most non-alphanumeric keys and different shifted content on the number keys as well. There was the usual relearning delay, but adapting from one keyboard to the other took seconds (literally, I could type on a normal keyboard and on one of the Maltrons side by side, no problem).
So, no, no problem. I doubt I'll ever forget how to type on ordinary keyboards -- I just won't do it very often because it's too painful.Jan 31, 2013
- I never really learned touch typing on a conventional keyboard, so there is no problem for me. But yes, when I type on a normal keyboard, I sometimes press Caps Lock when intending Shift.Jan 31, 2013
- yeah. am on linux using it now. 0w.123*456/7890-Mar 29, 2013
- I finally took the wrist pad off mine this weekend. What a difference it makes! You won't be disappointed.Mar 30, 2013
- i took the wrist pad off almost the first day. Never liked any default wrist pad. Usually i either put a stack of books or a fluffy tower.Mar 30, 2013