I agree that keyboards with alphabetical ordering of keys are obnoxious, but I see them so often that I have gotten used to them. Several calculators, even classic HP's, have them, my "smart" TV has it, and the list goes on.Walter wrote: ↑Fri Mar 06, 2020 7:35 pm(As mentioned before, keyboards featuring letters in alphabetic order are an acquired taste for people used to QWERTZ, at least for me. So I'm thankful for some hints like D with decimal and dekadic log, E with e^x, J with complex, S with statistics, T with transforms, U with units, X with X.FN, and also Q with XEQ.)
Just saying. You decide. I'll live with it either way.
(PS: Now that you have pointed it out, I find the mnemonic connections amusing. I like them. Had you not mentioned them, I might have never noticed. But while I now do like them, they are not what my memory relies upon to locate the keys. My brain sees a coordinate grid, not individual landmarks within. I am also used to QWERTY, albeit not the US nor the UK layouts. 'nuff said. This IS your baby, AND your call.)