Here is an easy way to use both Emacs and OS X modifier keys when you are inside Emacs:
Toggle the right-option and function key to switch between using them inside Emacs and using them for OS X.
Addendum: <2016-06-08 Wed 08:22>
I used Karabiner to make ENTER send LEFT CONTROL when chorded. I used OS X to make CAPS LOCK be CONTROL. I didn’t change OPTION and COMMAND. I made this change because Emacs couldn’t ignore the key-event when it was coming from Karabiner.
Here is the code:
(setq mac-control-modifier 'control)
(setq mac-right-control-modifier 'left)
(setq mac-command-modifier 'meta)
(setq mac-right-command-modifier 'left)
(setq mac-option-modifier 'super)
(setq mac-right-option-modifier 'left)
(setq mac-function-modifier 'hyper)
"Toggle between passing option modifier either to Emacs or OS X."
(let ((old-ropt mac-right-option-modifier))
(if (eq mac-right-option-modifier 'left)
(message "Toggled `mac-right-option-modifier' from %s to %s."
"Toggle between passing function modifier either to Emacs or OS X."
(let ((old-func mac-function-modifier))
(if (eq mac-function-modifier 'hyper)
(message "Toggled `mac-function-modifier' from %s to %s."
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