|31st May 2013, 10:32 PM||#51|
Join Date: Nov 2004
The key to working efficiently in LTspice is keeping one hand on the keyboard and the other on the mouse, and learning the hotkeys of course. Things got much faster for me once I did that.
In addition, you are very well advised to have a Proper Keyboard - by which I mean one that doesn't mangle the function keys. Thou shalt have grouped F-keys like Big Blue intended. A nice curvature à la Model M doesn't hurt either.
Yes, that implies a "desktop" type UI paradigm. Or a Thinkpad (a previous-generation one to be precise, as Lenovo now installs pretty much bog-standard keyboards with chiclet keys and ungrouped F-keys - blech). IOW, computing 10-15 years ago. (And we did get along at the time, didn't we?) Nothing inherently wrong with that - the PCB CAD software I used during my thesis relied heavily on F-keys (it originally ran in DOS and was later ported to Windows) and was said to be very efficient in daily use. Can't beat muscle memory, I guess.
With non-ideal interface hardware, any frustration would be quite understandable.
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