Disable the built-in keyboard on my Mac so I can set my external keyboard ontop of it
How to disable the built-in Mac keyboard so you can set your external keyboard on top of it.
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To do this (after installing Karabiner Elements):
- Make sure your keyboard is plugged in (if physical connection) or enabled (if bluetooth)
- open the Karabiner Elements settings and click Devices > Advanced.
- Under Disable the built-in keyboard, select set the toggle to on, so that it is a darker gray.
- Now, whenever your external keyboard is connected, your Mac's built-in keyboard will be disabled and it won't experience any keypresses from the built-in keyboard.