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Computer injuries
Just now, I've noticed my fingertip ache. I guess it's because of extensive using of a/the touchpad (sorta "mouse" for laptops).
Thing is, I rarely use the left click button - I double-tap on the pad surface instead. That's apart from that this finger is also used in typing among other lilfelluhs. :cry:

(Share your hardware injuries - I'll rest my finger for now.:faint:)

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I laughed to hard I dropped my laptop on my foot! You Blastard!

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Does banging your head under a computer desk while fitting cables or plugs count?
If so, I've had a lot of computer injuries.
The start and end to every story is the same. But what comes in between you have yourself to blame.

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Does banging your head under a computer desk while fitting cables or plugs count?
If so, I've had a lot of computer injuries.

I've given up on my desktop computer, so a happy NO!

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Does hitting your head on the monitor after dozing off count?

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Does banging your head under a computer desk while fitting cables or plugs count?
Perfect!
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Does banging your head under a computer desk while fitting cables or plugs count?
Perfect!
:up:

In that case then I would like 50 - 60 similar incidents taken into consideration.
The start and end to every story is the same. But what comes in between you have yourself to blame.

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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 04:24:31 by j7n

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I probably don't know how to use a laptop keyboard the "right" way.

The proper way to use a keyboard--any keyboard is not to have your wrists touch anything at all, but rather to have your hands hover in a straight line from your arms. That way no blood veins, sinews or nerves are constricted.

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I'm using my new laptop at a table that is not a proper desk...
Same, but to the other side...
Would we make a team?;)

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The touchpad is utterly useless, except for an emergency. While it still was my only option, I frequently had my hands crossed, trying to use all keyboard shortcuts to make a selection and perform a standard drag with the touch pad. Oh god.

I can't "swipe" on my router's touch screen either.

:bye: You do realize that there are starving peasants in Kenya , don't you? :rip:

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Your thing really sucks, dude.