> From your description, I have a "UNIX" layout as I do have
> the control key in the the left of A. As I use Solaris Intel
> and Linux more often, the PeeCee layout is what I need.
> I did not feel any vi-unfriendliness. Maybe it is just a matter
> of getting used to.
Probably; I've used both type before in the past enough
to get used to both, and I prefer the UNIX layout. (I'm
in vi a LOT, so close Ctrl and Escape keys are very important
to me.) What I mean by the preceding is that when I used
a PC I got used to that layout, and now that I use Suns
esxclusively, I'm used to the UNIX layout. The latter feels
more natural to me.
But, you can order a PC layout keybaord from Sun, or get one
from eBay. They're pretty cheap.
Quote:> Standardization is a great thing.
It is - as long as the right standards are settled on. IMHO,
when IBM introduced the AT keyboard, they invented the wrong
standard. (IIRC, the original XT keyboard had the Control
and Caps lock keys in the "UNIX" position.)
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