Make Windows PC's shortcut act like macOS (Mac OS X)
With this AutoHotKey script, you can use most macOS style shortcuts (eg, cmd+c, cmd+v, ..) on Windows with a standard PC keyboard.
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- You should disable the
Between input languagesshotcut from
Control PanelClock, Language, and RegionLanguageAdvanced settings > Change lanugage bar hot keysbecause it conflicts with
cmd + shift + ↑ / ↓ / ← / →(select text between cursor and top / bottom / beginning of line / end of line)
- you shouldn't change the modifier keys mapping with keyboard DIP. This script assumes you use a standard PC keyboard layout, and wish to use shortcuts as if it was a mac keyboard layout.
Hotkey Auto Clicker
- AutoHotkey provides a simple, flexible syntax allowing you to focus more on the task at hand rather than every single little technicality. It supports not only the popular imperative-procedural paradigm, but also object-oriented and command-based programming.
- I use Kantu's desktop automation as 'AutoHotkey for Mac' - even so both tools are quite different. Kantu's visual approach is easier to use, but not as powerful as Ahk on windows. Kantu is open-source, too. – Jim Grigoryan Mar 26 '19 at 14:32.
|you want to press||keyboard sends signal to PC||AutoHotKey tells Windows|
|cmd + c||alt + c||ctrl + c|
|cmd + v||alt + v||ctrl + v|
|cmd + r||alt + r||F5|
|cmd + ↑||alt + ↑||Home|
|cmd + shift + [||alt + shift + [||ctrl + shift + Tab|
Autohotkey Download Mac Auto Clicker
- Install https://www.autohotkey.com/
- Copy and save the content of
mac.ahkin a text file, named as
- Double click on
Auto start after PC startup
mac.ahk file (or make a shortcut) at