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I have the latest iMac. I plug in ordinary Windows style keyboard (which I used when I worked on Windows PC).

I'm aware of the Karabiner tool. Is there a complete rule-set that enable me to feel absolutely comfortable (like on Windows) while working with iMac? So I want to just import rule-set, and all my Windows-keyboard experience back to iMac.

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    You really really don't want to do that. Just learn the difference. Your proposed method will fight you all the way. – Tetsujin Apr 25 at 9:41
  • I'd second what @Tetsujin said. The differences are minimal and learning the native shortcuts will be far more rewarding than fighting throughout. – Nimesh Neema Apr 25 at 9:42
  • @Tetsujin I have to work on both windows and mac machines – voipp Apr 25 at 9:44
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    So do I, every day for 25 years. Learn the paradigm shift. It will be best in the long run. – Tetsujin Apr 25 at 9:45
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    seconded. Been using both for years and years, it is best to learn the native keyboard. It's a bit clumsy at first and you will always make occasional mistakes (CTRL-C on a Mac, etc.) But remapping everything to be PC-Identical is asking for trouble. – Steve Chambers Apr 25 at 13:45

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