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Subject:Mouse vs keyboard (was Re: Windows '95) From:Aahz <aahz -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Sep 1994 15:09:56 GMT
In article <199409280217 -dot- TAA27295 -at- infinity -dot- c2 -dot- org>,
Richard Mateosian <srm -at- c2 -dot- org> wrote:
>While I'm venting on this theme, I find Word6's "smart" selection behavior
>almost unbearable. It's always thwarting me by doing what it "thinks" I
I've always been surprised by the number of people who (for example)
pick up the mouse to select the current line of text. It's so much
easier, IMHO, to press <Home><Shift-End>. It's rather frustrating to
watch an "expert" picking zir way slowly through a series of editing
How do other people feel?
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