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Is there a way to type a tab space to text within a webpage? (without copy pasting a tab)

The normal behaviour of the tab key in an internet browser is cycling between input fields, buttons links etc but now with online document edotors (like Google Docs), how can a user add a tab to a document?

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Normally option-tab would do that, but it doesn't work in web views. As a workaround, you could create ~/Library/KeyBindings/ and save a property list like this as DefaultKeyBinding.dict.

{
    "~t" = insertTabIgnoringFieldEditor:; /* option-t */
}
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