Ryan Hanson on ryanhansondev.medium.com:
A common solution for this problem is to remap a key (often caps lock) to the “hyper key”: a combination of shift, control, option, and command. Since this modifier key combination is very unlikely to be taken by shortcuts in any application, it collectively becomes an extra modifier key. My take on this solution is a single purpose app called Hyperkey.
I set it up as the right command key for now. In combination with Alfred, the freedom to move many obtuse key combos to simple ones is great.
A few of the key combos I’ve created/moved:
||Opens Finder in 1 Projects folder|
||Opens Finder in 2 Areas folder|
||Add file to Yoink|
||Copy markdown link with Hook|
||Copy link with Hook|
The list will likely grow over the next few weeks, but I have drank the hyper key kool-aid for sure.