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Why we can’t quit the QWERTY keyboard - MIT Technology Review
Schick envisions Tap—which at $179 costs a lot more than the average keyboard—as a tool for all kinds of people. Those who are visually disabled can use it to interact more easily with a smartphone, he says, and he can imagine it being used for languages like Chinese. A tool called TapMapper lets users come up with their own Tap layouts.
keyboard  history  future 
october 2018 by aries1988
How to enable key repeats on your Mac
defaults write NSGlobalDomain ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false
mac  osx  keyboard  vim  howto 
february 2018 by aries1988
Show desktop keyboard shortcut - FedoraForum.org
You can enable that shortcut at (translated from Dutch) system settings > keyboard > shortcuts > navigation > hide all normal windows
fedora  keyboard 
june 2017 by aries1988
gnome - Moving windows from the keyboard - Ask Ubuntu
Here is a list of shortcuts:

Ctrl+Alt+Num 1 = moves the window to the bottom left corner
Ctrl+Alt+Num 2 = moves the window to the bottom half of the screen
Ctrl+Alt+Num 3 = moves the window to the bottom right corner
Ctrl+Alt+Num 4 = moves the window to the left half of the screen
Ctrl+Alt+Num 5 = maximizes the window
Ctrl+Alt+Num 6 = moves the window to the right half of the screen
Ctrl+Alt+Num 7 = moves the window to the right left corner
Ctrl+Alt+Num 8 = moves the window to the top half of the screen
Ctrl+Alt+Num 9 = moves the window to the right right coner
howto  linux  work  keyboard 
september 2014 by aries1988

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