Has anyone at Roku done an ergonomic study of the stream bar remote? I am right-handed and I find that with the current design of the remote, it's very easy to accidentally turn the volume down or mute the sound. The remote seems to be designed so that the side of your index finger comes into contact with the controls that manage the sound. Any reason why the sound buttons cannot be placed on the top of the remote like most universal remotes? Moving the buttons would easily solve this problem.
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