How do you manage the monitor and keyboard cables?SC said:Believe me, Ed, when I say I have tried every feasible (and some
unfeasible) routings/taping/tacking that you can think of At one
point, I was ready to drill a hole through the wall just large enough to
run my plug and cord through, but since the desk is quite old, I didn't
want to ruin what (possible) value it may have by drilling holes in it.
Part of the problem is not only the 2" drop from the desk top, but the
fact that the ledge isn't that deep, either. I have just enough room for
a mouse and the heel of my hand before the front of the mouse is about
1-1.5" from the wall. If I try to go up and over the top, the cord
pushes the mouse back (towards the front edge). If I try to route the
wire to right around the side of the desk, then the bend in the wire
tries to push the mouse around to the left. I couldn't seem to win for
losing, hence the move to cordless. I'm so used to it now I don't know
if I could go back to corded even if I wanted to.