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Where the keybind settings stored in plist?

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I know it used to be stored in .GlobalPreferences and the name was NSUserKeyEquivalents, but it's gone.

 

I also tried to find out like "ls *.plist | defaults read" to list up all configurations in Library/Preferences and Library/Preferences/Byhost, but they never appeared.

 

Any information is appreciated.

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@vitor

 

Ah, I'm not saying this is a problem.

I'm just curious and trying automate it.

 

This is Alfred-related, because I configure Alfred Hotkey on Alfred Preferences.

I just would like to know where the configuration is stored.

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@vitor

Thank you very much for answering.

 

And, Sorry that was not my question, I look for Alfred itself's hotkey.

 Alfred Hotkey on Alfred Preferences

 

It's option + space by defaults.

If I changed Command + space, where the hot key will be stored?

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7 minutes ago, deanishe said:

It's stored in ~/Library/Preferences/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-Preferences.plist

 

@deanishe

Thank you very much for your reply, but it seems not.

 

My System is 

  • OS: Mojave 10.14.6
  • Alfred: Alfred 4.0.9 PowerPack

If it's not controllable in my version, I will change my system then (coz I love Alfred and like to use).

I just wonder why and how....

 

As I stated in first comment, I already looked for all Library/Preferences/*.plist.

 

 

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Mine is:

> defaults read com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-Preferences hotkey.default
{
    key = 49;
    mod = 1048576;
    string = Space;
}

 

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