Workman Keyboard Layout Workman Keyboard Layout / tool / free

http://www.workmanlayout.com

New keyboard layout featuring bigram-based improvement over both Dvorak and Colemak.
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submitted about 3 years ago, by kurtosis
Workman Keyboard Layout popular tool

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pineapple

Funny. i was ALMOST considering switching to this..... but I don't know if it would mess up all my QWERTY skills which are good (~130wpm).

pineapple, about 3 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

Py dpd byus us srbuukg..... ahhh much better. I just tried switching and I can say it's way more comfortable with easy words like 'sock'. After 10 mins. i'm still typing like a 90year learning to type.... a whopping 7wpm :D

I wonder what this will do to Vim's shortcuts.... yikes.

I would highly recommend http://klava.org/#eng_basic for starting out. They seem to use repetition very well.

SkinnyGeek1010, about 3 years ago

pineapple

Damn man I didn't think of that..... I don't want to mess up my vim wizardry :/

pineapple, about 3 years ago

mstechfreak

I can suggest you http://www.typingstudy.com/en-us_workman-3/ to easily learn WORKMAN keyboard layout ;)

mstechfreak, almost 2 years ago


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