I want to implement a 3-header jumper setup in order to switch a microcontroller between two video modes on a PCB. I don't want to use just a standard switch as it doesn't seem appropriate for a change which will happen rarely if ever, so I wanted to go with a jumper instead such as this one.
However, I was wondering whether there exist any kind of nicer, locking jumpers which would require squeezing tabs or some such in order to remove and replace them.
If not, are there better solutions out there? Or should I stop mincing and just throw a tri-pole switch on there and call it a day?