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it's plagiarism which is exactly why quoting the whole article is not allowed

Edit sorry i didn't realize 10 others had already posted the same thing

It is not only that but I did not actually noticed that rule about excerpt other than that I dont care, If I want to steal something I would steal a bank, much more profitable !! Also it is enough for the site to get hits from search engines only from the title.
Edited by Welliam - 4/15/14 at 5:47pm
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So where do you put your ring finger and pinky? It looks like they'll be dragging on your desk.
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tried a 'specal persons' mouse at work, it was like a mountain all vertical and triangle shaped, you sort of flicked your wrist left to right.. i was surprised how accurate it was and extremely comfortable apart from a few fingers falling off the edge. My mind pondered getting one for gaming but there was no LED lights, braided cable and gold plated usb connector.. so i gave up on the idea and accepted RSI
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So where do you put your ring finger and pinky? It looks like they'll be dragging on your desk.






This position is the most comfortable position.
Edited by Welliam - 4/16/14 at 2:15pm
post #15 of 30
Looks amazing...I can feel the difference already just by placing my hand in that position.
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Looks amazing...I can feel the difference already just by placing my hand in that position.

I'm glad it wasn't just me who tried that!

It does feel a lot more natural to have your hand in that position.
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post #17 of 30

I gave that position a try too. Definitely feels more comfortable.

post #18 of 30
It's like holding a guitar pick tongue.gif
I approve xD
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I gave that position a try too. Definitely feels more comfortable.

your hand is always in that position, flicking left to right at speed wink.gif
post #20 of 30
How do I even. That whole thing looks awkward.
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