Aaron Toponce wrote at 2012-01-07 17:38 -0600: > On Sat, Jan 07, 2012 at 05:35:39PM -0600, green wrote: > > Aaron Toponce wrote at 2012-01-07 17:15 -0600: > > > Personally, I don't understand why there are any characters printed on the > > > keys to begin with. > > > > I type fairly well with the Dvorak, but I *do* like the keys to be properly > > labeled. Why? Because I occasionally hit a key or shortcut with one hand > > while the other is using the mouse. Or perhaps type something in with one > > hand while holding a notebook with the other. Etcetera. > > There is nothing preventing you from still looking at the keyboard, and > clearly identifying where the key is located that you want to hit, even > when the keys are blank. Piano players do this all the time. I know where the keys are when my hands are in their proper positions, but I can not type the Dvorak 'k' (for example), with my right index finger without a labeled key (with consistent accuracy, across the various keys). And I play the piano but that is totally different (in my opinion).
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