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Mac-style shortcut keys for Linux & Windows

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/bin/bash -c "$(wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rbreaves/kinto/HEAD/install/linux.sh || curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rbreaves/kinto/HEAD/install/linux.sh)"
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Kinto is great. Was super frustrated with trying to get Ubuntu to work like my Mac. My non coder girlfriend actually found the GitHub repo because she's great and sent it to me. Have used it on multiple boxes now. Thank you.

B. Butts

Thank you for Kinto. I've tried to do the same thing myself but always gave up. Having a 95% head start may finally allow me to stop trying to maintain a hackintosh.

M. Christiansen

I just made the switch from OSX to Ubuntu, but I was really missing a lot of the useful key mappings in OSX. I just came across Kinto and I wanted to say thank you, for taking the time to build that. I was getting stuck in a lot of hair-pulling messing with various key mappings, and kinto solved ~95% of them out of the box.

A. Chandrasekhar

I just want to say: thank you. I am doing my PhD and will soon start another job to pay my bills. Company A uses Macs, Company B uses Windows. Your project makes the switch between the systems really easy and you even maintain the project.

A. Feldmeyer

This is great, btw. Kinto is 100% a sanity saver. ... I personally hate how Windows and Linux do things with `ctrl`. Coming from a Mac, my biggest and most consistent annoyance is that the `ctrl` key is #$#^* useless at best...

rubyn00bie

I just built a PC for the first time in like 10 years and it blows my MacBook out of the water for performance, so I've been trying to do more of my dev work on it, but Windows key bindings and shortcuts are quite a bummer in my opinion. Kinto solved every last issue I hoped it would, which means I can very happily do dev work on my more powerful machine now. From one software engineer to another, thank you!

M. Trewartha