I have a good Logitech wireless (or bluetooth) keyboard. A few letters have worn - eg the N and M , also the H ,A . Otherwise it works well. I thought of getting hold of an old fashioned "dip in ink" pen, and trying to make the letters legible using polyurathane white gloss paint. Has anyone any better suggestions short of a new keyboard?
Will do - at about £3 it is worth a try!! Will come back in New Year. octal As an old dog I have no time to learn too many new tricks! Well done to you, but although I keep up to date as much as possible, and used when working over 10 years ago to have a 4 screen work station with one keyboard, I will reconsider if my sight worsens!