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- 25 May 2011, 21:24
- Forum: Members' introductions
- Topic: User Poll: Are you still using your FingerWorks device?
- Replies: 15
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I also use a Stenovations DigiTouch (Dvorak with white frame) at work, but only the right side of it (meaning only as a pointing device and only right-hand gestures). I find the white frame to be too high off the desk, and it covers too much of the edges to be comfortable to use as my primary typin...
- 14 Oct 2010, 14:21
- Forum: About this forum
- Topic: The forum is dead - long live the forum!
- Replies: 9
- Views: 17844
Thanks, Torben, appreciate the update! I still use my Stenovations pad every day -- mostly as a nice big touchpad, but I really appreciate being able to type on it when I need to. I also have an iGesture pad squirrelled away for a rainy day. I should probably pass it on, but I would be in serious pa...
- 23 Feb 2006, 19:51
- Forum: Mouse: iGesture products
- Topic: Spacing-out IGesture -- any ideas?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 5540
Hi folks! I love my IGesture very much. However, I don't love how every 10 minutes or so I lose my mouse cursor. I can't do the flat-hand reset; I just have to wait for a few minutes, or unplug the USB and plug it back in again. I do have it running directly off the CPU (not a hub). Anyone have simi...
You can change the locations of the keys until they fit your hands really? that's fantastic. I have never seen one in person, and I imagined it somewhat like the old "chiclet" keyboard, with some sort of surface differentiations. If it is really perfectly smooth and fully customizable... so cool. c...
I have been using an iGesture pad for about a month. The ergonomics seem to be improving for me the longer I have it -- my hand is more relaxed. Simply having the scroll function has made a huge difference. There are a few gestures I haven't been able to get to work at all, but overall it's good eno...