On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 9:02:20 AM UTC+1, Gour wrote:
> I had tried tried several times with Emacs, but, for some strange reason, 
> very 
> soon I would experience some wrist pain and finally gave up on it. 
> Otoh, it does never occur when using Vim...yes, I also have Neovim 
> installed 
> and start using/learning it, but it is still light usage. 

For what it's worth, there is Evil Mode for Emacs. I have no idea how it
compares, as I said, I don't use Emacs, but maybe that's something for you.
Personally I try to use the home-row keys as much as possible, contorting my
wrist to reach ESC or the arrow keys, or stretching to reach the F-keys is
awful. My only problem is when the fingers on my left hand start hurting 
pressing Shift or CTRL (which I have mapped to Caps Lock) too often.

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