I switch back and forth between two computers constantly:
- OSX Snow Leopard
- Ubuntu 10.10
I'd like to be able to make Ubuntu use the same keyboard shortcuts as OSX System Wide, for the following keyboard sequences only (ie I don't want to make Ctrl act like Super)
Super+C -> Copy
Super+V -> Paste
Super+T -> Open a new tab in whatever browser I'm in.
Super+W -> Close a tab in whatever browser I'm in.
So in short, is there anyway for me to map just these keyboard sequences to the following, system wide ?
- Super+C -> Ctrl+C
- Super+V -> Ctrl+V
- Super+T -> Ctrl+T
- Super+W -> Ctrl+W
Note: I know there are ways for me to do this for vim, and firefox, and I'm sure specifically for most applications.... but I would prefer to have to do this just once and have it work that way system wide. thanks!
Note 2: I'm using a standard PC keyboard, ie "Generic 105 key (intl) PC" on Ubuntu. And I'm actually using the same keyboard on my macmini.