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I am a long term MS Optical Trackball fan, and have a small stock of SH units stored away for future use.
My hands being too big for Logitech trackballs which also have a middle button that is way to strong for the sort of use VX required and MS no longer producing these little beauties.
However, nice trackball and all, it seems a combination of too much mousing and spanner hands and I have some RSI type issues floating around.
I have never used a tablet for CAd input and am wondering if anyone in VX labd uses one and does VX support them? or what ever else questions ishould ask.
My plan is to vary the type of input device so I dont not fall into the repetitive use problem,
How do long term high use users solve this problem?
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I use a 'hand-shake' mouse. The theory being that a regular mouse has your arm twisted.....(http://www.backinaction.co.uk/evoluent-vertical-mouse)
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yes - interesting.
I have made a small wooden stand for my MS Trackball that tilts it approx 45deg. Basically it allows the hand to be in the rest position.
This removes the arm twist as does your mouse. The net effect for me has been an immediate reduction in effort and a much more pleasant mouse effect.
The other members of the family are all happy with the change too.
It is not perfected but ion half an hour I had something that was a big improvement on the flat position.
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