That's a good thing. I was in hospitals last week, having a bit of arm reconstruction done. The right arm is now minus a bicep, which was replaced with some pectoral muscle. Nine catheters and a drainline were installed, and they all finally came out yesterday. Now the arm's just in a cast, and immobilized - but without the pita tubes and stuff. Naturally, this is the dominant arm and hand.
So a few weeks prior to the grand procedure, I set up two computer systems for exclusively left-hand use; reprogrammed one mouse to reverse clicks, so a left-click is accomplished by using the left index finger, yadda yadda. Left the other mouse in normal configuration, and what I found is that it's easier to adjust to using a normally-configured mouse left-handed than it is to deal with a reconfigured rodent. Heck, I'd never have known.
I also subbed in a smaller keyboard on one system; this is an excellent move! One-handed keyboard entry is much easier with a mini-board. Remember that, should you ever find yourself in a similar situation.
Despite the downtime, it was fairly easy to update MaxRedline with the usual snarky commentary on the usual issues; I wanted to see if I could go through all of this stuff without anybody even noticing a change, and I think I pulled it off. What this means is that if you stop by and actually notice a change, it will likely be due to my unanticipated demise.
Many may appreciate the change, should it occur - but it ain't gonna happen any time soon. The experiment has been an unqualified success. Thanks for participating!