Well its prefference.
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I mean I like the capslock as modifier key because of its central location.
And I set all my boxes like that but insert on my laptop is not in the
right place and I have got used to it.
Caps lock is always in the same place.
Of course if you need to use caps a lot then maybe not no rule its
On 23/05/2022, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
I use the capslock key even in desktop mode as for me the keys just make
better sence. I don't mind hitting capslock twice, this actually has saved
me from oopsies, such as shouthign at people. Lol!
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of William
Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2022 8:14 PM
Subject: [nvda] Whether or not recommending new NVDA user to set Capslock as
I would like to ask for your opinion.
Some new NVDA users, including desktop and laptop owners, will ask for my
opinion on whether they should set the Capslock as the NVDA key.
With regard to desktop and laptop environment, the logic that I have
provided them are as follows:
1. setting Capslock key as NVDA key, you have to press the key two times in
order to input capital letters. But if you have to frequently press the
Capslock key to type capital letters, then setting Capslock key as NVDA key
will not be a good option.
2. setting Capslock key as NVDA key, you have one more option of NVDA key,
which you can choose from using the Capslock key or Insert key as the NVDA
key. But if you do not set Capslock as NVDA key, you will most probably have
to limit to pressing Insert key (laptop) or Insert key or Numpad 0
How would you advice new NVDA users if they own a desktop or laptop
regarding this issue? thanks.