Thursday, August 25, 2011

Rare keyboard layout series - 3

To read other article of this series, click here.

The second rare keyboard layout is Colemak keyboard layout.

Build upon the QWERTY layout as a base, changing the positions of eighteen keys while retaining the QWERTY positions of most non-alphabetic characters and many popular keyboard shortcuts, making it easier to learn than Dvorak for people who already type in QWERTY.

Once again, this layout also invented to allow us to type faster and less hassle. But it still not being very popular. See why at the summary post (coming soon [link here]).

More on Colemak keyboard layout at wiki.

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