Keyboard Tip Trick Add a Little Dazzle to Your Frazzle

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Intro: Keyboard Tip Trick Add a Little Dazzle to Your Frazzle

This trick tip will help to put an end to the frazzle.  
A quick and easy way to add some flare, some dazzle.
What you need is a bead, one side is sticky.
Any size, any shape no need to be picky.  
Clean the keys real good and remove all the icky.
The sticky can be a little tricky, take the time, do it right, soon you see, an end to your fight.

The key to this tip, the bead needs to stick.


I found these keys being the ones I continually missed, having to hunt and peck for... adding the beads was just enough feedback.
This has improved my hand and finger position and most of all keystroke accuracy.  

I remembered  the basics from typing class. The "Home-Row" being the point of reference.  My fingers don't fit on a key board or the home -row. "One size fits all" doesn't apply to keyboards.  I made my own Home-Row where my hands and fingers position were comfortable, the keys I choose have worked for me.

I listed each row on the key board 1 thru 6  /  I added beads to 10 keys - The keys are listed for each row

   1st row:  "F KEYS" - NONE 

   2nd row: 2-@  /  0-)  /  Delete

   3rd row: Tab

   4th row: J  /  Return-Enter

  5th row:  . / > 

  6th row:  Command  /  ^- Arrow

Focus on being comfortable, everyone is different, take note to the your keystroke mistakes, because this is the end no more mistakes!  
These keys are what I see as your Personal-Row. 

* Go with the flow... typing isn't easy, it takes practice, focus on the habits you have,  to improve your skills.
* It's important to knowing the fundamentals, seating, posture, hand and finger position...

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    NorCalDomDream Dragon

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    You are correct.

    The keys I used the most were my feedback keys:
    "2/@, delete, Directional Arrows, <,^ , and the 0 )."
    These work for me, and imagine it would be different for everyone.
    The basic idea is a quick way to reference, needing less visual confirmation, making it easier to navigate to the neighboring keys.

    Where there's Sparkle there will be Flare!

    Thanks for sharing!