I've gone too far
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Sun Oct 14 13:21:39 CDT 2007
On Sunday 14 October 2007 11:38, Scott Quinn wrote:
> Roy wrote:
> > On Saturday 13 October 2007 17:45, Tony Duell wrote:
> >>> This morning my wife complained to me that every time she opened a
> >>> door to a cupboard something with qwerty written on it falls out !!!
> >>> oops
> >> Oh that's easy to solve. Change all your keyboards to the Dvorak
> >> (?spel) layout.
> > I've seen assorted setups to change one's keyboard layout to that in
> > software, but darn it, if I'm going there I want the keycaps too! Which
> > I've *never* seen on anything...
> Get a Model M (or other decent keyboard), pop 'em off and reshuffle.
> The letter keys are generally interchangeable, the only problem would
> be a cheap keyboard that won't let them go gracefully.
I thought about that, but the Dvorak layout requires some specific
combinations on the non-alphanumeric keys that I wouldn't end up with, and
somehow the thought of little sticky labels just doesn't have much appeal...
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