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I am using Coder.com, an online IDE, as a Fluid app.

I want cmd+w and cmd-t to close and open new tabs inside the IDE, not the Fluid app. Is there any way I can overwrite these shortcuts?

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Yup.

Quit your Fluid.app, and then follow these steps:

  1. Go to System Preferences » Keyboard » Shortcuts » App Shortcuts.

  2. Click the "+"

  3. In the pop-up window, change "Application" from "All Applications" to "Your Fluid App.app"

  4. Set the Menu Title to "Close Tab"

  5. Set the Keyboard Shortcut to something else like ⌘⌥W

  6. Click "Add"

Then repeat steps 2-6 for "New Tab", like so:

  1. Click the "+"

  2. In the pop-up window, change "Application" from "All Applications" to "Your Fluid App.app"

  3. Set the Menu Title to "New Tab"

  4. Set the Keyboard Shortcut to something else, like ⌘⌥T

  5. Click "Add"

Go to Coder.com and use their keyboard settings to set Close Tab and New Tab to ⌘W and ⌘T

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