Pick a command with the keybinding you think is overloaded and you can see if multiple commands are defined, the source of the keybindings and when they are active.All keyboard shortcuts in VS Code can be customized via the // Keybindings that are active when the focus is in the editor , , // Keybindings that are complementary , , // Global keybindings , , , // Global keybindings using chords (two separate keypress actions) , , You can invoke a command with arguments.
Pick a command with the keybinding you think is overloaded and you can see if multiple commands are defined, the source of the keybindings and when they are active.
You can write a key binding rule that targets the removal of a specific default key binding.
With the Different keyboard layouts usually reposition the above virtual keys or change the characters produced when they are pressed.
To help with this, File Keymap Extensions shows you a list of popular keymap extensions.
These extensions modify the VS Code shortcuts to match those of other editors so you don't need to learn new keyboard shortcuts.
Note: The following keys are rendered assuming a standard US keyboard layout.
If you use a different keyboard layout, please read below.
You can open this editor by going to the menu under File when layout is changed to German.
The dialog to enter key binding will assign the correct and desired key binding as per your keyboard layout.
This is useful if you often perform the same operation on a specific file or folder.
You can add a custom keyboard shortcut to do exactly what you want.