Inspired by DoubleCommand but it does not require kext installation and it is user-space only.
Right now it provides limited functionality:
- remaps right Command to right Option
- maps right Options to keypad Enter on press/release
Possibly in the future I will either provide user-defaults or Preferences based configuration.
sudo make install
sudo make start
keyremapd access Accessibility:
- Open System Preferences from the Apple menu.
- Click the Security & Privacy icon.
- Select the Privacy tab.
- Select Accessibility from the list on the left side of the Privacy pane.
- Click the lock icon in the lower left corner of the window and enter an admin account and password when prompted.
- Select the checkbox next to the name of the device or app that is requesting access.
sudo make stop
sudo make uninstall
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