anyway does anyone have any experience with or recommendations for ergonomic keyboards? specifically i think i'm looking for something that limits wrist movement (boosts appreciated)​

thinking about also swapping ctrl and alt since it seems like a lot of strain is from constantly typing things like ctrl+c

Switching to a Microsoft Sculpt and a Logitech Trackball has greatly solved my RSI problems.

@132ikl I'm very fond of the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard I'm using at work. Nice keys, standard layout and (for me) just the right split.

@132ikl I use a Corne mechanical keyboard with QMK firmware that allows me to create layers, combos, and other behavior to eliminate wrist and hand movement. It might be quite an adjustment but I love it.

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