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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Thursday July 05, 2007
02:48 AM

Apple Keyboard--

[ #33691 ]

I have a 23" Apple Cinema display at work together with an Apple keyboard, mouse and iPod dock.

This is the closest I can get to a docking station for my MacBook Pro and it actually works ok, eventhough there are a lot of cables.

Anyway the Apple keyboard has really been a disappointment and no it is not because it is Belgian.

The shift keys seem to touch the transparent plastic forming the outer brim of the keyboard casing. I am not writing with 10-fingers, I have my own self-taught monkey adaptation of 10-finger typing, but still when I want to use shift with my little finger or one of its pals, the key touches the brim or something and it is obstructed, my typing flow it halted and I get annoyed and distracted from what I am doing.

It this the same for all external Apple keyboards and do somebody have any recommendations, advice on hacks or alternative solutions to this problem it would be appreciated.

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