If Mac users want to change key bindings on Ubuntu Linux or Windows, Kinto is a simple system-wide solution with a setup wizard and system tray indicator.
According to the software description:
‘Enter Linux and Windows like Mac. Seamless copy and paste on all apps and devices. Zero effort solution. “
Kinto works with standard Windows, Apple and Chromebook keyboards. Unlike most other remappers, this is a complete system-wide remap of base-level modifier keys.
|Physical||Ctrl||Win / Alt||Alt / Cmd||Space bar|
|virtual||Win / Super *||Alt||RCtrl||Space bar|
|Physical||Ctrl||Win / Alt||Alt / Cmd||Space bar||virtual||LCtrl||Alt||RCtrl||Space bar|
How to install Kinto on Ubuntu:
Make sure you have Python 3 installed, then follow the steps to get the source and set it up.
1. Open a terminal and run the command to clone the source.
git clone https://github.com/rbreaves/kinto.git
2. Then run the command and go to
kinto Run the folder,
cd kinto && ./setup.py
If all goes well, the setup wizard will pop up
[同意する]Just click the button, follow the wizard and press Enter and you’re done. The system tray indicator is not enabled by default.[ファイル]You can enable it from the menu.
to see Kinto on github..