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Visual Studio Code users who also use

2022-09-30 17:55:02.680223+02 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Visual Studio Code users who also use XCode or Emacs, is there a key binding setup you use to make the transition easier? Trying to decide if I retrain my fingers, or customize my environment...

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#Comment Re: Visual Studio Code users who also use made: 2022-09-30 20:25:59.24984+02 by: John Anderson

The little bit I played with VS Code, one of the first things I did was enable an Emacs keybindings plugin...

#Comment Re: Visual Studio Code users who also use made: 2022-10-03 20:15:28.560891+02 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

Aha! Yeah, my day just got a *lot* brighter: https://marketplace.visualstud...tems?itemName=tuttieee.emacs-mcx

#Comment Re: Visual Studio Code users who also use made: 2022-10-06 00:12:49.206814+02 by: Dan Lyke

And my escape as meta escapades mean I'm back to the default bindings. Sigh.

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