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How to write a script to disable keys on Mac? Is there any script to do that?

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Can you please elaborate on what you are trying to do? What keys are you trying to disable? is it a particular application? Without context, the best answer you may receive is unplug the keyboard... –  Benjamin Schollnick Dec 15 '09 at 14:49
    
haha well, its like disabling all the keys on the keyboard except for command key and few other keys. But it should be through a script, something like registries or vbscript which is used in windows environment. –  user21513 Dec 16 '09 at 3:15

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I believe you can get what you're looking for by remapping the key bindings. See Jacob Rus' key bindings tutorial for details.

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