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KeyBindingsEditor is a GUI-based editor for OS X key bindings.

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KeyBindingsEditor Overview

KeyBindingsEditor is a GUI-based editor for OS X key bindings. It allows for easy editing and supports single-action bindings (one action per keystroke), multi-action bindings (multiple actions for a keystroke) and Emacs meta binding-style multi-keystroke bindings.

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property-list-editor editors shortcut-fixer keyboard-shortcuts key-mapping Discontinued

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