Yes in general I find using a keyboard about 10+ times faster than using a
mouse. Worse mouse use tends to give me RSI injuries. All-in-all the
ability to configure keyboard shortcuts for almost everything (except
Adding dependencies that is!) is one of the best aspects of MLO.
Yes, I hear you, This does seem a little extreme being as there's not much
else wrong with it.... Unfortunately I have two keyboards like this so I
would need to buy two of them!
But yes, if all else fails maybe I shall have to buy a new keyboard at some
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 5:45:26 AM UTC+1, Dwight Arthur wrote:
> Hey John. My impression is that you are very strongly focused on your
> keyboard, using it for all of your communication with your computer, to
> the exclusion of mice, touchscreens, joysticks, styluses, etc. Someone
> as reliant on the keyboard as you deserves a fully functional 86-key
> keyboard, so you can stop struggling to express nonexistent keys. I am
> currently very happy with this keyboard:
> On 10/17/2016 8:10 AM, John . Smith wrote:
> > Hi Dwight
> > Annoyingly I just lost an in depth reply!
> > Suffice-it to say that if I hit Alt-F6 a few times and leave the
> > Dependency section open and if I then hit tab Once, then focus (blue
> > background) goes to the Delay field. Hitting tab focus is invisible (in
> > theory on Add?) and hitting tab twice focus goest onto the Max Time:
> > field within the Effort section (if that is open). Hitting tab once
> > again the focus is in theory back on Add.
> > My keyboard (Logitech MK700) it has no Context Menu key. However if I
> > hit FN key+"Print Screen" which is supposed to give the Context Menu
> > absolutely nothing happens.
> > Nor, FWIW, does it if I had hit the Enter key.
> > [Aside: I have been trying to find a better way to get access to my
> > Context Menu (i.e. the menu you get when you right-click) by
> > re-programming the keyboard, but to no effect so far. More
> > here:
> > This is all becoming insanely hard, no... ? :^(
> > J
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