The following video discusses using an autoclick feature to reduce the chances of developing a repetitive stress injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
Good info, John. I really like video blogging.
Super vlog on such a timely subject. One think I started doing a
few years back was switching my mouse between hands... doesn't work
for everyone, but with patience and practice you can become
accustomed to it real quick. I'm also going to try to find a auto
clicking program... thanks!
This video blogging is so cool. I learned a lot about RSI. I have
very small wrists too, so now I know why I have to focus on
stretching and all the other great tips that you provided
I didn't even know such as thing as auto clicking existed. I can
think of many times where it would have come in handy. Last year I
started attending a once a week yoga class. It's painful doing the
stretching, but you feel so good afterward. We don't tend to think
our hands, wrists, arms need it as well.
Great topic for a vBlog. Definitely taking micro-breaks throughout
the day, and simple stretching exercises help overcome physical
pain in the long run.
Another thing that saves a lot of typing is a macro text tool ..
that allows you to use a quick keystroke to type longer text that
you use over and over .. hmmm ... perhaps I just thought of the
next blog post :-) ... I'll try to find time this week to create a
quick demo and will post it to this blog.