I never noticed so much need for #Emacs keybindings until getting a #keyboard without arrow keys (a Ducky One 2 Mini). Combinations like C-p or C-n work well (fifth finger of the left hand over the left Ctrl key), the simulated arrow keys don't (Fn-k, Fn-i where Fn is the second rightmost key under my right palm). My only problem is software like Firefox not using Emacs-style key bindings. (And adapting to a slightly wider spacebar than on my other keyboards.)
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