My issue is that I use Ctrl as a modifier in my Vim mappings. I use Alt as a modifier in my TMUX mappings. And coming from the Mac, I've grown accustom to using Command (i.e. Super) as the modifier for general OS shortcuts.
I've seen several posts on remapping keys, and perhaps I don't understand what that means in Linux terms, but I'm NOT looking to press Super+N (ex: New window) and have that send Ctrl+N to Linux. Doing this would mean my OS shortcuts would be in the same Ctrl namespace as my Vim mappings, which introduces collisions.
Is there a way to force Linux to respond to Super+some command key for all the built-in defaults that would otherwise expect Ctrl+some command key?
In other words, can I force Linux to use Super instead of Ctrl?