What does it do?
- Lets you use the home keys as cursor navigation keys.
- Works with all Windows applications (but lets you disable it on a per-application basis).
- Uses the space bar like an extra Shift key for one-handed operation (but still lets you type spaces).
- Runs automatically in the background.
- Doesn't interfere with existing keyboard shortcuts.
What can you do with it?
- Perform edits and navigate interfaces faster, with less hand movement.
- Combine key presses with Shift, Ctrl and Alt, just like the normal cursor keys.
- Configure the layout to your liking. E.g. you could emulate a vi or WordStar layout.
- Give your desktop and laptop PCs the same cursor key layout.
- Train yourself to use it with the built-in training mode.
What does it cost?
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