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    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    but when I press ":e" in insert mode, I want to input ":e" two character.
    how to implement it?
    3 replies
    Duncan Beaton
    @dunckr
    Hey I had two issues (Github.Open.In.Browser, RunClass) since the last release and they are now both fixed with the VIM update today. Thank you!
    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    imap <C-f> Right
    I want to move the cursor one position to the right after pressing the ctrl+f shortcut, but the above setting inserts the "Right" string at the cursor.
    4 replies
    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    imap <C-k> :action EditorDeleteLine
    2 replies
    How to implement Pycharm's EditorDeleteLine command after pressing ctrl+k.
    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    In normal mode, how to implement run pycharm command cmd1 when you press TAB for the first time, pycharm command cmd2 when you press TAB for the second time, and pycharm command 1 when you press TAB for the third time, loop
    5 replies
    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    Why does the cursor not move down when I keep pressing j in pycharm, but the cursor only moves down when I press j and then release j?
    Cassiel-girl
    @Cassiel-girl
    who can help me?
    Matt Ellis
    @citizenmatt

    Are you on Mac? Mac has a “press and hold” feature for accents - e.g. pressing and holding a shows a popup with different accented a characters - à, á, etc. This means by default, pressing and holding j won’t repeat the character (same in other apps). You can disable this, both system wide and per-application.

    Globally:

    defaults write -g ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false

    Per-application is a bit trickier, because you need to know the app ID.

    defaults read | egrep -o 'com\.jetbrains\.\w+' | sort —unique

    Should list all JetBrains related app IDs, so you should then be able to do:

    defaults write com.jetbrains.pycharm ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false
    3 replies
    Sean
    @seantwie03
    I really like this plugin. Massive Thank You to all the maintainers and contributors!
    Chad Stovern
    @chadhs
    Has anyone been able to achieve the behavior of YouCompleteMe in IdeaVIM? My goal is to be able to cycle through AutoComplete candidates using tab and have it complete the text. In emac/evil land the popular Company autocompletion has a setting to match YouCompleteMe called company-tng for "tab n go".
    3 replies
    artificial-user
    @artificial-user:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi! Not sure if this is the right place, but none of my keys on my keyboard work with IdeaVim version 1.10.2 in PyCharm version 2022.1.1 (professional edition) on macOS Monterey (had no luck in finding a related issue / resolution online). The cursor (in visual mode) does not react / move at all to any key. I have a .vimrc file as well, but not sure if that matters. Any help would be appreciated!
    2 replies
    Gregory Klyushnikov
    @grishk:matrix.org
    [m]
    Did something change about indents (>> command) recently? All my projects use tab indents. IdeaVim keeps inserting spaces sometimes when I do >>. Sometimes it's one space, sometimes more, but always fewer than 4. Is it a bug, or is it a new feature that I need to disable? I don't want half-indented anything. If I wanted that, I would not have been using tabs in the first place.
    1 reply
    Gregory Klyushnikov
    @grishk:matrix.org
    [m]
    Ah no, it's about editor tabs :D
    EdwardLU
    @416207298
    Hi! I have set sethandler <c-v> i:ide n:vim in ~/.ideavimrc. But it not works, did anyone have the same issue?
    Also, I set set NERDTree in .ideavimrc and then refresh. And when I type :NERDTree in command mode it says "Not an editor command: NERDTree". Did I miss something?
    5 replies
    Ivan Sevcik
    @isevcik_twitter
    hello, does ]m works for you? (go to next method) (java files)
    3 replies
    .b
    @.b:matrix.org
    [m]

    If the line above is empty, pressing O (capital o) gives me zero indentation. I think it might make more sense to instead match the indentation of the current line, as o already does. Some reasons: vim seems to act that way; for symmetry with o; and I think o's behavior might be better. Re: the last point: almost all of the time the indent I want is closer to the current indent than to zero indent.

    (This is in PyCharm. I've already tried moving ideavimrc + restart IDE, no difference.)

    2 replies
    Should I make an issue?
    1 reply
    Sebastian Nielsen
    @Sebastian-Nielsen
    Quick question: It is currently not possible to 'uncomment multiple lines of adjacent comments', right? (context: ideavim)
    2 replies
    Hector Mejia
    @caquillo07
    hello everyone :wave:
    a bit new to vim, trying to learn the ropes :D I had a quick question. I can cmd + hover on a type to view a preview of its declaration
    is there a way to do that with the ideavim plugin?
    I went through the supported commands and was not able to find one that matched
    7 replies
    Ivan Sevcik
    @isevcik_twitter
    hello, is it possible somehow to map TAB key as go down when autocomplete menu is shown? In other words: use TAB to cycle autocompletion
    2 replies
    Diogo Monteiro
    @diogogmt
    I'm trying to use the vim-commentary commands but nothing happens. I don't see any errors or warnings. Neither gcc or gc works. Do I need to enable something first? In the README it says the plugin is installed by default.
    1 reply
    Márton Garai
    @mrtank
    Hi all, I thank you for this plugin. Awesome. I can't find anything about vim9script . Are you planning on supporting importing vim9 scripts for example in ~/.ideavimrc?
    2 replies
    Timothy Moores
    @1rre
    Is there a way to get scrolling to work like it does in neovim (at least in unix), where it moves the caret rather than the scrollbar?
    Either in general settings or in ideavimrc, I've tried setting a shortcut from scroll down to down in keymaps but that does nothing (I also can't see a way to unmap scrolling from the scroll bars so I doubt it would work well even if the shortcut worked?)
    1 reply
    Nikolay Moskvin
    @moskvin
    Hi guys!
    Can you advice me to use :'<,'>sort thing for the one line like ['id', 'event_id', 'locale', 'options']
    This one will work fine for the following multilines one:
    [
      'id',
      'event_id',
      'locale',
      'options',
    ]
    Nikolay Moskvin
    @moskvin

    Hi guys!
    Can you advice me to use :'<,'>sort thing for the one line like ['id', 'event_id', 'locale', 'options']
    This one will work fine for the following multilines one:

    [
      'id',
      'event_id',
      'locale',
      'options',
    ]

    I also used a way with the following custom command:

    command -nargs=0 -range SortLine <line1>,<line2>call setline('.',join(sort(split(getline('.'),' ')),' ')

    but it does not work in IDEA :(

    2 replies