Something a little more complicated would be a normal person’s hand versus a Photoshop users hand. I’m honestly not even sure how to chart that.
being left handed it is, thumb to pinky on the right hand, ctrl, left, up/down/shift, right, numpad0.
That seems kind of compact to me. I would use, from thumb to pinky, right arrow, numpad4, numbapd8/5, numpad6, and numpadEnter. I say would because I’m right handed, not left handed.
Oooo, I just noticed, no comics by Steve for the entire months of October AND November!
PS. Guest strips don’t count. On a related note, I guess there was no Guest Comic month this year (unless it became Guest 2 Comics for 2 Months).
Not to mention LP, MP, HP and LK, MK, MP for the FGC.
And the ridiculous amount of hotkeys for the RTS crowd.
And for a console gamer, Thumb is analog stick/d-pad, pointer and middle finger are L1/L2 (or only the pointer, depends on the person), which leave the ring and little finger being nameless.. or “support”.
the pinky and ring fingers are the controller gripps, or holders.
They are then, in fact, the legendary “Fings”
I actually use the part of my palm right below the pinkie to press control.
Photoshop is… complicated. Although, if you’re the kind to not use shortcuts, then it’s a bit simpler. Either way though, it’s not really chartable. (Even among right-handers, I’ve seen a lot of variation among which Shift/Ctrl/Alt/Command key to use for each shortcut.)
I do that too. I find it a lot easier than using your pinkie.
How do you know
Q, W,E, R
D or F.