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By Nuno Miguel Penedo
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When some letters vanish, you can always write them in your own handwriting and use sticky tape. Now that's a purty QWERTY keyboard!

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By Unknown
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"Thin piece of board duct-taped to the arm of the chair (with piece of old shirt as base, so no glue gets on the chair) puts the mouse immediately under your hand; the leather glued to the top of the board provides a smooth but low-slip surface for the mouse; and the packing styrofoam from the end of the PC tower (reinforced with duct tape, of course), sits on your lap to put the wireless keyboard at your fingertips."

Your move, carpal tunnel syndrome.

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"After a series of accidents I'll not go into, a couple of my computer keys were broken. A little card stock, and I saved some money on replacing the keyboard."

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By Unknown
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My tab key would keep falling off after (Ironically) loosing the tabs that keep it attached, so I filed down an edge of my inset key and popped it in.

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User foxhead128 has a habit of Alt+Tabbing a lot, so their Tab key wore out pretty quickly. Nothing a bit of Scotch tape couldn't fix.

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