After working for some time in Mac OS I realised that I quite like the position of "Command" key and various system-wide combinations it is used in, such as Command-W for closing document windows or Command-Q for quitting apps.
Form usability/ergonomics standpoint it is way more convenient for me personally to use 'Alt' or 'Command' key and not having to reach for Control key.
Since a lot of programs in Ubuntu do already support similar combinations, namely Ctrl-W/Ctrl-Q, I wanted to re-map those to be like their Mac Os counterparts.
So, I would like to do the following remap:
Ctrl-W -> Alt-W Ctrl-Q -> Alt-Q Ctrl-C -> Alt-C Ctrl-V -> Alt-V
Can that be done via, say xmodmap, or any other means?