Alex Mizrahi <alex.mizr...@gmail.com> writes:
>>>> Using the cursor keys is like using
>>>> the mouse, you have to leave your home row.
>>> No, it's not. It takes order of magnitude less time.
>> Where the hell is your mouse? Floating out there among the moons of
>> Jupiter? Mine is only about as far beyond the cursor keys as those are
>> beyond the alphabetic keys.
> It's not so much about distance to mouse as about nature of mouse
> movement -- basically, you cannot position cursor without watching it
> move. (Unless you're a Counter Strike pro who can headshot as soon as
> he sees something.) A process of watching cursor move and coordinating
> your hand is much slower than just sending commands to hands. It takes
> ~100 ms just to see something, latency of human sensory input is
> significant. The only way you can do something quickly is to 'buffer'
> command to muscles, but it's not possible with actions which require