Mid 2006 / model number A1181 / black or white case / 1.83 or 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo processor.

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Keyboard remap: enter to alt

I've succesfully replaced the top case of my MacBook Core Duo. The new keyboard has two <enter> keys (as did the old one), one in the 'normal' spot and one immediately to the left of the arrow keys. On the other Apple keyboards I know, this is the place of the left <alt>/Option key, and consequently, I've become very accustomed to have it there (for example, moving between spaces with <alt><arrow> is very easy and quick this way). Is there any way to remap this secondary <enter> key such that it behaves like <alt>?

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Has several go and pick choose one.

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to do that you can use a remapper called 'doublecommand'

you may also want to try KeyRemap4MacBook.

just use the one you like (you can't use both at the same time)

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