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Colemak Progress

According to my latest 10fastfingers.com test, I’m currently typing at 17 words per minute. It’s painful for sure, but I am sticking with my slow progress because I know that in the long-run, I will be glad that I stuck with this new keyboard arrangement. 23 more words

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More Colemak Progress

I decided to go full monty today and just finish off with the last two Colemak steps. The pain is real, folks. Truly real.

Till tomorrow,

Tom

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Colemak: Linux vs Windows

Qwerty ialah layout keyboard tertua yang masih digunakan sehingga 2017. Layout-nya disusun bukan untuk kepantasan menulis. Ia disusun untuk mengelakkan pengetuk-pengetuk huruf typewriter daripada tersekat sesama sendiri. 175 more words

Linux Vs Windows

Learning Keyboard Layout

1. Colemak

Roughly three years ago I decided to learn the Colemak keyboard layout. I did that without moving around the physical keys of my keyboard, i.e., I learned to type it “blind” from the get-go (other than the advantage for typing speed, it also makes it easier to use qwerty keyboards away from home). 1,876 more words

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My Colemak Experience

I have been wanting to switch to an alternative layout since at least 2013. That’s how long you can procratinate on whether to learn Dvorak or Colemak. 504 more words

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The experience of switching to Colemak

I’ve been a QWERTY typer since the days of Paws Run on an Apple II machine in elementary school. I can’t even find a reference to the game on the internet – but this would have been in the early nineties, when we wheeled the computer in each classroom to a big room once a week to make a computer lab. 1,627 more words

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Switching to Colemak

On Dec 23, 2016 I switched my keyboard layout to Colemak. Colemak is an alternative keyboard layout moving keys around with the intent of a more practical and improved ergonomic layout. 567 more words

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