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    Soumya-8974's Colemak Experience

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    Hello everyone, my name is Soumyabrata. I am a Wikimedian, Dozenalist, and yet-to-be Esperantist. Altho I use QWERTY on my computer (because other keyboard layouts may not available in my country India), I have used both Dvorak and Colemak keyboards on my tablet (Lenovo Yoga 3). I used QWERTY on my tablet until 2019. After some use, I found that typing on Colemak is slower, more comfortable and has less error rate than Dvorak. Mr. Shai Coleman, you have did an incredible job by combining QWERTY with Dvorak! :)

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    Hello everyone, my name is Soumyabrata. I am a Wikimedian, Dozenalist, and yet-to-be Esperantist. Altho I use QWERTY on my computer (because other keyboard layouts may not available in my country India), I have used both Dvorak and Colemak keyboards on my tablet (Lenovo Yoga 3). I used QWERTY on my tablet until 2019. After some use, I found that typing on Colemak is slower, more comfortable and has less error rate than Dvorak. Mr. Shai Coleman, you have did an incredible job by combining QWERTY with Dvorak! :)

    All progress depends on... well OK, not on switching keyboard layouts actually.  But congratulations on learning Colemak!
    TIL: "Dozenalist".

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