Re: Dvorak Keyboards.
> On 06 Jan 2012, Dan Serban wrote:
>> On Fri, 6 Jan 2012 09:39:03 -0800
>> "Weaver" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Hello all.
>> > I've been interested in this subject for some time, because of the
>> > typing speed potential and lowr incidence of RSI and have even delayed
>> > moving from two finger typing with an idea of implementing a Dvorak
>> > keyboard into the system.
>> While I don't want to start a flame war, I'd suggest having a look at
>> colemak layout as well. This has some advantages (I feel) over Dvorak.
>> Then again, it may all boil down to personal preference.
> That site is down at present.
> My question: is it really worth the trouble of learning a new way of
> typing, if you are already a moderately competent touch typist on the
> QWERTY keyboard?
With Dvorak, at least, there are statistically verified claims of 40%
faster touch typing speeds and 40% lower incidence of RSI over Qwerty
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