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Old 11-26-2005, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default It's true!

The letter 'e' is the most commonly used in the English language. I just noticed that my Mac keyboard has quite a hole gouged in the surface where my fingernail has been pounding into it for two and a half years. Being self-taught on an old Remington manual typewriter, I tend to hammer the keys with the tops of my fingers; and as I have good strong fingernails that get trimmed somewhat infrequently, the most-used key is showing the effects of much use. The 's' and 'd' keys may be showing the beginnings of some damage, but it's very minor.

I've never seen this on any previous keyboards, so it must be partly the result of the type of material on the standard white Mac Pro Keyboard. My older black key Pro keyboard, currently attached to the IBM ThinkPad, shows no damage at all.

   
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