This extension provides the default key bindings for MacOS for Visual Studio Code on any platform.
Based on the excellent instructions at Scott McPeak's windows key bindings.
Currently, these are the defaults for VSCode 1.78.2.
This extension does not remove any existing bindings. On MacOS, that means you have everything bound twice. On other platforms, you have that platform's default bindings plus the MacOS ones. The bindings in this extension take precedence over the defaults provided by VSCode.
From within VSCode, go to extensions (Ctrl+Shift+X), search for "MacOS Default Keybindings", click on it, then click on Install. The new bindings should be active immediately.
Alternatively, install it from the Marketplace page, or download the VSIX file from the Github releases page and then use "Install from VSIX..." menu option from the "..." menu in the Extensions page.
How it was created
For the curious or adventurous, the procedure I used to create this extension is: