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[Scroll lock] has usurped the [¬`¦] key's position as the most useless key on the keyboard. To restore the [¬`¦] key's rightful place as the most neglected key on the keyboard, I plan to make the [scroll lock] slightly taller and perhaps fatter than its kindred keys.
If your keyboard falls off the
desk and on to the floor, as mine so often does, the [big fat scroll lock] key will likely hit the floor first. This will remove influence from more dangerous keys like [f1] and [del], leaving your desktop unscathed from the incident.
||You could extend this to the point where the more useful the key is, the smaller it is.
Actually, i've always found `, ¬ and ¦ very useful for typing formal logic.
||My KVM uses repeated taps of scroll
lock to switch inputs. That's how
useless a scroll lock is. Except on this
iBook, with this Microsoft Nach pro,
where scroll lock turns the brightness
of the screen... where's everything