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Does anyone out there know of any studies that compare the incidence of
tunnel syndrome (CTS) among persons using various platforms and applications?
We use Interleaf on a Sun platform, which is very menu-driven. Do writers
use Interleaf on a Sun have a higher chance of developing CTS than those who
use FrameMaker on a PC or Word on a Macintosh? Any thoughts?