Long story short, I want to keep my fingers in main typing area (that's how I call Left Ctrl - ~ - Backspace - Right Ctrl rectangle) 99% of time while coding/typing/browsing. So I used Linux autokey ...
My goal is to add some functionality to the bxslider script - in this case, I want to be able to enable/disable a keyboard event handler AFTER a slider is instantiated. I guess this code is self ...
What is a : Key-Event Dispatcher ? in keyboard-interactive apps. What does it really do ?
Can someone point me to data or research on the patterns of mistyping on a keyboard? For instance, I've noticed that google will sometimes auto-correct a word that I've mistyped because my hand was ...
Coming from a Windows keyboard background and still using a generic keyboard, how can I transition to Mac for development? [closed]
I got a new MacMini a little while ago because I already had a monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc so I just wanted something cheap I could play with for Apple development where I could just change plugs to ...
This is a cousin to the question Programming with Speech Recognition for Typing Instead of the Keyboard: I program in Visual Studio 2010, and I find that programming takes a much greater toll on my ...
I am programming with an apple keyboard (the one all aluminium with flat keys). it's quite some time I observed I occasionally mistype, and I feel pain in my hands. Is it the keyboard's fault, or am I ...
When programming for a new platform, do you change the keyboard mapping to what you're familiar with?
I've been a Windows programmer for a decade or more now, and I'm currently doing my first ever Macintosh project. One of the things that is driving me bonkers is how the keyboard maps differently. ...
In relation to the fab question here: http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/2254/what-are-good-keyboards-for-programming Where do you map your Control key and why?