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LaTeX makes use of some characters that are not easy to type using a normal keyboard (like \, {, }, [ and ]). When typesetting math, you also have to constantly switch between the previous characters and digits, which can't be done in a fluid manner.

In my case, I have been typing the last few months on a laptop without a numeric pad which is the worst idea ever (I've already a tendonitis to the left little finger).

I know this is not really a question related to LaTeX, but I want to know how you deal with lots of LaTeX typing. Have you remapped some keys? Have you bought an extra keyboard?

marked as duplicate by Loop Space, Red, percusse, barbara beeton, Stefan Kottwitz Oct 24 '13 at 9:49

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  • Is this a joke? – Nicholas Hamilton Oct 24 '13 at 11:09
  • Not at all! Even if I must say that having a tendonitis because of too much LaTeX typing is quite funny. – remjg Oct 24 '13 at 11:31

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