Have you ever considered of mousing ambidextrously?
nick at craig-wood.com
Mon Mar 20 07:32:44 CET 2006
Roy Smith <roy at panix.com> wrote:
> "WangQiang" <WangQiangg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm also a programmer, as working in front of computer day and day, my
> > right hand is so tired and ached. So I tried to mouse in both hands. I
> > find that it is really an efficient way to release pains. At first I
> > switched the mouse buttons in windows control panel, but it taked me
> > several steps to finish it
> I never understood why people switch mouse buttons. I'm left handed, so I
> put the mouse on the left side of my keyboard. It never occurred to me to
> flip the buttons around.
I actually made the switch suggested by the OP some years ago in an
attempt to control my RSI. I never dreamed of switching the buttons
over. I click with my ring finger, middle finger does the whirly
wheel and index finger does right clicks.
I'm now an ambidextrous mouse user. I still can't draw stuff with my
left hand quite as well as my right, but I don't attempt that very
I can't actually think of any possible way of getting this on topic,
so I'll just mention python now and we'll take it as read ;-)
Nick Craig-Wood <nick at craig-wood.com> -- http://www.craig-wood.com/nick
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