nathanscribe wrote:I'm an English ISO to ANSI convert, only last year. The only thing I regularly have to think about is £ (Alt-3) but apart from that it's been a breeze. I prefer ANSI now and use it at home for both Win PC and Mac (with a couple of remapped keys on OSX). Trouble is, I go to work and have to use the cheapest, most horrid ISO keyboards on earth. Sigh.
How many user in here are using ANSI layout with beeing a native ISO user? What's your experience? Any thoughts on programmer Dvorak?
BTW. The new keyboard will be a Filco Majestouch-2 Cherry MX Red. It hopefully arrives the next days.
There are many work-arounds for Umlauts, so that is not a problem for me
The only problem you might run into is that you actually forget how to type on the German layout. This can be problematic if you are often forced to change keyboards in your work environment or similar.
What is the programmer Dvorak layout?
7bit wrote:However, as US-layout is the only layout suitable for programming, I've always used this layout with any keyboard which came under my fingers. If you need accented or special characters, just use Alt Gr or Compose.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 12 guests