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>I hope this comment does not represent a common misconception about
>wrist rests: that you're supposed to rest your wrists on them *while*
>you're typing. In fact, you're only supposed to rest your wrists on
>them *between* bouts of typing. You shouldn't be supporting your wrists
>on anything solid while you type because it constricts blood flow and
I was under the impression that this thread was about wrist rests used
while using the mouse. That's how I use my stack of cotton handipads.
I also have a typing wrist rest, but my wrists do not touch it while
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