Which Enter key in your keyboard you mostly prefers ?
December 1, 2011 6:16am CST
I mostly used to have the Enter key which is situated in the at the end part of the keyboard, where the numeric and operation keys like +,-,*,/ are lied. I mostly used them for my uses. I doesn't use the enter key which is lied just near the punctuation keys. What about you ? Which ENTER key you mostly uses ? Why do you use them at all the time ? Are you suffering from any key problems in your keyboard ? How to fix ?
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1 Dec 11
I use only one position of enter key too. That is because a laptop keyboard only has one enter key in it so I have no choice but to be accustomed to using that enter key! Yes I do suffer from difficulty of using the laptop touch pad. I am a mouse dependent user. Also, I am having a hard time using the numerical keys in a laptop. Not much like those traditional keyboards wherein the numerical keys are situated like in a calculator, I am having a hard time putting my fingers into the numerical keys at the upper portion of the alphabet keys. But all in all, I just try to manage what I have and try my best to do typing for myLotting!
2 Dec 11
Yes! I can imagine a keyboard without an enter key. However, I can't imagine a myself using a keyboard without an enter key either! I remembered when my previous keyboard got dysfunctional at certain keys. It was really hard using such keyboard. It really frustrates me at times especially when I am trying to work on something. So better take care of those keys in your keyboard too!
2 Dec 11
In my laptop it's only one Enter.. so I use that only.. in my desktop I mostly use Enter which is in center of keyboard.. actually it's my typing practice that without taking up my hand from keyboard and press enter.. so it's easy to streach my finger and hit enter.. :-)
2 Dec 11
I have only one enter key on my laptop and no problem with any key, though remapping a keyboard on Linux is not very difficult, and if it happens for an important key like the enter key, I suppose I would remap it to a neighbor key. I used to have my tab key remapped to launch an abbreviation expander in the past, and the tab itself was assigned to F12.
2 Dec 11
I have a Mac and our enter key is also the return key that is above the shift key and below the slant keys on the right side. I have had no trouble adopting to it from a Windows machine, but it reminds me about the joke about "what key do you use for the enter key? or where is the any key?