Ah, I see. Especially those with the molded "ergonomic" han
Mon Jun 20, 2022 1:05am
I tried using the mouse left handed for a while back in high school... It was easier to swap the buttons, but I can see how that would be difficult especially when you sit down at a computer to help someone. Wait, let me swap the buttons. No, it wasn't the button swap that fixed your problem. It was this other thing. Don't bother learning the procedure, I'm swapping them back.
Same reasoning I had for not continuing with learning the DVORAK keyboard layout... Who wants to sit down at a computer and have to swap layouts or plug in a special keyboard that has the keys swapped?
Basic Yahoo! Mail is really nice, it's very much focused on mail and doesn't get in your way. Some more advanced mail "software" gets in the way with trying to do things like keyboard accelerators. (Or in Facebook Messenger's case, it just *doesn't work*. I can't type messages on the PC, I have to use my phone. "Bender, being God takes a light touch. Do too much and they depend on you. Do too little and they don't believe you exist. When you do it right, they're not sure you've done anything at all." <-More software needs to use that philosophy.)
when you use them on your left hand instead of your right. I think I might be one of the few people that uses the mouse with their left hand. Buttons are still the "righty" way though.
It's been so long since I've had a Yahoo account, I can't even picture in my head what their email website looks... more
Ah, I see. Especially those with the molded "ergonomic" han- Puckdropper,Mon Jun 20 2022 1:05am
specific lefty and righty scissors and then the "universal" ones which were just without any molded handle.
I probably got used to using the mouse buttons in the "righty" way for a reason like that. My family computer had the mouse on the right as everyone else in my family is right handed. My co... more