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Subject:Re: Mouse vs. touch pad From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Jul 1995 19:49:28 -0700
Beverly Parks said:
> Now, just last week she was diagnosed with Carpel Tunnel
> Syndrome in her "mouse" wrist. She firmly believes that the
> touch pad contributed to her developing CTS. Prior to buying the
> touch pad, she used a mouse for several years with no problems.
All my CTS problems (of several years' duration) disappeared when I got
a touchpad. YMMV.:) I think it's important to raise the touchpad to