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Offline dotemacs

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Kinesis hand rest replacements
« on: Fri, 16 March 2012, 11:50:22 »
Looking for Kinesis hand rest replacements.

My hand rests (those sponge pads, that you attach to the top of the keyboard where your palms rest) are getting a bit worn. I've swapped them, by turning them around: just a 180 degree turn and stuck them back on. That will do for a few months. But what are the options to replace them?

Reading EmacsWiki: some user recommended: "Scholl Druckstellenpflaster", which seems to be rubber padding that you put in your shoes to make them fit better.

What do you use?


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Kinesis hand rest replacements
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 17 March 2012, 03:07:11 »
Click my sig linking to Kinesis wiki, there is a supplier link for various neoprene, memory foam, etc.

The supplier I reference is McMaster-Carr....the link should go to a page of suitable materials.
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Offline sordna

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Kinesis hand rest replacements
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 18 March 2012, 22:52:06 »
Try you keyboard without them for a few days! When mine wore out after a few years, I ditched them entirely and actually like it better. Not to mention they get in the way if you want to add palm keys to your keyboard.
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