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Aaaahhhh…keyboard remapping for a new Mac user

August 22, 2008

As someone who has recently started integrating a MacBook into his routine, Windows shortcut keys are so ingrained into my muscle memory that I could hardly do anything on the MacBook.  After using the standard keyboard mapping app (which I find to be a great OS feature) in Leopard to re-map my Cut/Copy/Paste commands over to Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V, I found KeyFixer to remap my Home, End, Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-End, etc. shortcuts in (most) Mac apps.

I can now move my cursor around at will…all is good.

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