Top Ten Mac OS X Tips for Unix Geeks
Subject:   (More) emacs-like keybindings
Date:   2002-10-23 00:36:14
From:   mstillwell
Great article.

One feature of OS X that I think not many Unix people know about is that it allows you to change keybindings system-wide (well, Cocoa-wide) by plonking the right file into ~/Library/KeyBindings.

I use to get a lot of the missing alt-key bindings as well as rebinding ctrl-a from "move to beginning of paragraph" to the more natural (to my fingers!) "move to beginning of line," etc.