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I am trying to remap specific Ctrl+<Key> combinations to Command+<Key> in Terminal.app using Karabiner. The following private.xml is used:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<root>
  <item>
    <name>Swap Ctrl+S and Cmd+S</name>
    <identifier>private.filters_cmd</identifier>
    <only>TERMINAL</only>

    <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::S, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::S, ModifierFlag::CONTROL_L</autogen>
    <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::S, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_R, KeyCode::S, ModifierFlag::CONTROL_R</autogen>
  </item>
</root>

For now only Ctrl+S is remapped. However, it only works if no application-level filtering is set via <only>. And i would want those mappings to be active only in Terminal.app.

Probably there is something wrong with my definition. Can someone please advise?

I am using OS X 10.11.3.

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My bad. I had to enable AXNotifier in Karabiner, and allow it access in System Preferences->Security & Privacy->Accessibility. Hopefully the above will be helpful for others.

Sometimes posting a question helps resolving it by the very fact of posting it:)

UPDATE: Here is Karabiner's private.xml i'm currently using , in case someone would find it useful. It maps almost all of Ctrl+<Key> combinations, except for some that might still be useful (e.g. Cmd+Q, Cmd+N, Cmd+M).

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