my right wrist hurts every now an then and at some point I tried to use my left hand for the mouse and found out that there is close to no difference for me. I was a bit less accurate at first but it worked really well (which I didn't expect).
Is it just me or can you use both hands for the mouse, too?
Muirium wrote:The strong vote for mousing ambidexterity in this thread makes me wonder why so damn many mice are asymmetric. Does it do ergonomics any good to balance the certain harm of heavy right hand dependency? I like a little, low topped mouse instead of one that fills my palm, so I've always gone for symmetric ones. A "right handed mouse" doesn't feel right to me, even in my dominant hand.
ne0phyte wrote:The mouse speed doesn't really matter to me but I just can't work/play with mouse acceleration. It just feels completely wrong and people who play FPS games with mouse acceleration are either insane/pro or new to gaming (no offense)
I guess it heavily depends on the game and ones play style. When I play short range firearms I just flick the mouse and shoot when the crosshair is over the enemy and I get 75%+ accuracy by doing so. That fast flick is linear and predictable without acceleration.
Muirium wrote:The golden rule of ergonomics, posture and all exercise: mix it up.
Muirium wrote:Smart! Must somehow adapt this excuse for MORE KEYBOARDS!
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