I’m still adjusting to this keyboard. Wait, nope. It’s more I’m still adjusting to the mouse pad. I keep hitting it while typing, and the cursor jumps around as a result. The keyboard itself is fairly close to a standard keyboard with both shift keys and the enter key uncompromised. It’s the home, end, and where the arrow keys are relative to the right shift and right control that are getting me. I use Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Keys a ton while typing. Kinda like how I use the backspace all the time. Rare for me to get things out right the first time. And my typing speed would be so much quicker if I could.
I set up the magnifier to follow the cursor which is working out really well. Earlier I didn’t have the feature turned on, and I would be typing and typing and then the text would no longer be on the screen. I’m still really jolty with moving about the screen when zoomed in.
There is one really inconvenient part about my awful vision. (Okay, that’s a lie, there’s a lot of inconveniences.) I am often amused at the thought that people must think I’m looking at what they’re reading or at their computer screen when in reality I’m just zoning out and can’t see a thing from such a distance. On the flip side, with everything majorly enlarged on my computer screen, anyone with decent vision can read exactly what I’m writing. Like now. On the plane. Folks down the aisle behind me can most likely see this just fine.
Gives me another reason for preferring the window seat.