10579Re: Switching Control and Command
- Aug 9, 2009Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I'm just trying to help my
fingers not get too confused over their memory, rather than be a
On Aug 9, 3:28 am, Steven Michalske <smichal...@...> wrote:
> You might try and talk to the KeyRemap4MacBook folks they have modes
> that only work in specific applications. They might be able to help
> you, or you might choose to add a feature.
> On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Dmitry Kichenko<dmitrykiche...@...> wrote:
> > * sigh *
> > I considered (and still am) the possibility of "just dealing with it".
> > I suppose I could do that but I just thought I'd ask here as the issue
> > of coming home and hitting Caps Lock expecting Mac OS to react to a
> > Command key type of behaviour.
> > On Aug 8, 8:03 pm, Nico Weber <nicolaswe...@...> wrote:
> >> Hi Dmitry,
> >> On 08.08.2009, at 17:00, Dmitry Kichenko wrote:
> >> > I apologize if I seem to complicate life too much but I just wish
> >> > Apple didn't have to be different in every possible way and decided to
> >> > use Control as the primary modifier key. Come one Apple, you've
> >> > already ditched the one button mouse :).
> >> Just get used to it. It's not _that_ hard :-)
> >> Also, it has the advantage that the system shortcuts such as cmd-c,
> >> cmd-v do not overlap with vim shortcuts such as ctrl-c, ctrl-v. On
> >> Windows, you have to choose between windows and vim behavior for these
> >> shortcuts, on os x you can have both.
> >> Nico
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