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I have been using Karabiner and Better Touch Tool to remap my keys, so they match like Windows. Since I'm used to that layout, I wanted it switched. However, since I updated to Sierra, Karabiner no longer works, and I have to use Karabiner Elements, which just can't do multiple keys. So what I have now in Karabiner Elements is:

left_command -> left_option
fn -> left command
left_option -> left_control
left_control -> fn

This allows me to do stuff like Fn T for opening a new tab and so on. However, I want to open the Application Switcher (basically CommandTab) using CommandTab on the keyboard. In Karabiner I could make a "pass-through", which allowed me to ignore those keys:

What would the best way be, to satisfy my needs?

  • This is the problem with immediately upgrading to a new version of an OS - your stuff that works suddenly doesn't. According to the folks at Karabiner - it's not compatible with Sierra, but they are working on it. Aside from finding a whole new solution, I would wait for Karabiner to be compatible with Sierra. – Allan Oct 8 '16 at 13:09
  • @Allan Uhm, sure. Karabiner won't be compatible with Sierra. The creator made Karabiner Elements, so he's probably going to disgard Karabiner. – MortenMoulder Oct 8 '16 at 13:21
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    From the webpage: "We'll start updating for the full featured Karabiner for Sierra after Karabiner-Elements is completed." It's highlighted in the big red box. – Allan Oct 8 '16 at 13:25
  • @Allan Oh, that's not what I read on the other sites though. Oh well :-) – MortenMoulder Oct 8 '16 at 13:29

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