Lars Noodén <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:Is that such a big problem, though? Every laptop keyboard I've used has
> On 11/12/12, Thomas H. George <email@example.com> wrote:
>> My backup desktop died and I am thinking of replacing it with a laptop.
>> I am not a gamer but a bit more than a routine user, i.e. occasionally
>> use big programs and am interested in experimenting with Blender. I
>> want to stick with Debian and have no need of Window$.
>> Touch screen is not essential though I am fond of the touch screen on my
>> HP Touchpad which is modified to run Android.
>> Urgency is not high as I have a full backup of the system.
> One thing to think about is placement of the ctrl key. It gets used a
> lot, especially when editing. So it's placement is of great
> importance ergonomically.
had the CapsLock key placed prominently and I've always configured it to
be an additional Ctrl. Placement of the physical Ctrl key is mostly a
non-issue for me, even though I'm an emacs user.
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