This has been an ongoing frustration for me, and I think for a lot of people in the community who use the keyboard a lot. Shortcuts like Command + TAB and Command + W are an everyday stroke for lots of apps. I am not sure what went into the decision for mac to assign Command + Q to quit.
Any way to get around this? I basically want to disable Command + Q which I have already done by following How to disable command-Q for Quit?. However, I also like to reassign the quit command to another keystroke systemwide. I saw several answers on assigning it per app and I don't like this. Probably reassign it to Command + Shift + Q or ALT + F4.
I read and searched already but can't seem to find the right answer. I saw this karabiner rule in this answer https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/90827/260534, I'm not sure if it would work but I can't use it since it's in XML. The version I'm running, 11.1.0, is using json. I'd appreciate if someone can have a json solution.
As much as possible I'd want a free solution. Buying an app for such a simple thing would be overkill imo.