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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


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


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


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


On Switching to Colemak

There’s this thing many people will probably go their whole lives and never know about. A ton of alternative keyboard layouts exist other than the default “QWERTY” (named for the letters along the top row of the keyboard). 686 more words