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Mike Connor 26. Jun 2009 08:07 PM

How to hold your hands.......
 
Tried to reply to a "Computer health" article;

http://www.techsupportalert.com/node/198

but I am unable to post there, as the spam filter prevents it. Maybe it will work here?

Check out these sites for information on how to sit properly, how to set up your workstation, and "How to hold your hands";

http://www.safecomputingtips.com/

http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/ergon...adjusting.html

http://www.spine-health.com/wellness...c-office-chair

One final point, if you wear bifocal spectacles, or similar optical aids, then you may not be able to use them on an optimal ergonomic workstation, as you will end up with a painfully stiff neck and shoulders as a result of tilting your head backwards in order to see properly. You need "normal" reading spectacles for this, and better if they are set up by your opthalmologist/optician for the right distance from the screen.

For Firefox users with problems seeing stuff on large panel screens etc. Then I can recommend this;

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2592

Regards....Mike Connor

chris.p 28. Jun 2009 12:27 PM

Mike

For some reason that page didn't have a proper address so I changed it to:

techsupportalert.com/computers-and-your-health.htm

If you can't edit or post to that article then maybe you could post the issue in one of the site problems boards, so that someone can take a look. Give all relevant data please. Could be an issue with the page permissions or whatever.

And if you are posting multiple links there will be problems because of the spam settings of course, as these are set to specifically exclude that type of post as there are a ton of spammers doing that. Simply remove the web address prefixes and leave the bare URLs without linking, this should always work. As per the page URL just above.

Mike Connor 28. Jun 2009 01:49 PM

OK. First time this has happened, so I thought it might be my unfamiliarity with the system, and thus entering something wrongly, which was causing the problem. Now that I know multipe links cause problems I wont try to post any! :)


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