Emacs keybindings everywhere in Mac OS X

by lelf

Update: there’s some more

I feel very sorry for you’re emacser on mac and haven’t got anything in ~/Library/KeyBindings/

Crash course:

  1. Get this file: Emacs Opt Bindings.dict

  2. Edit it (optionally), — it’s self-explainary. Then save (creating the directory if there isn’t one) as ~/Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict

  3. PROFIT! Enjoy, for example your ⌥F doing forward-word. Everywhere. Well, mostly.

Applications will pick this up after restaring (apps, not computer).

P.S. It should look like this

{
  "~f"        = "moveWordForward:";
  "~b"        = "moveWordBackward:";
  "~<"        = "moveToBeginningOfDocument:";
  "~>"        = "moveToEndOfDocument:";
}
© 2013 Anton Nikishaev
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