In GNU Emacs GUI, I use the Mac Command key ⌘ as
(setq mac-command-modifier 'super)
However, the ⌘ key does not send input to Terminal or iTerm2. Given this, is there a way to simulate the
super key and still access my Emacs
super keybindings from within terminal mode?
If I'm trying to do keybinding
(kbd "s-s"), for instance, can I tell Emacs to look for some substitute, like maybe EscEsck or something? Or even a key-chord like
(key-chord-define-global "SS" 'super-modifier)?
Note: I also have keybindings that combine
super with other modifier keys, e.g.
(kbd "s-S-k"), i.e. ⌘⇧K.