How to put the editor in the character replacement mode while editing? When editing in the Notepad ++ editor, I press the Ins key. In the Atom editor, the Ins key does not work. The editor continues to be in insert mode. Perhaps the editor uses a keyboard shortcut to switch to replace mode. Please help.
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That rings true for many situations in Atom too.
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it does not work for me. reinstalling the system does not help. On notepad ++, the Ins key works.
That is annoying. Mine works.
-- Windows 10, US-keyboard layout, Atom V1.40 / V1.41(beta) / V1.42(alpha). --
A few troubleshooting tips:
- Look for
overtypein the Command Pallet (Ctrl Shift P). As a test - activate overtype mode.
- Identify what is bounded to Ins using the Key Binding Resolver (Ctrl .)
Sounds like a Vim feature, do you have
reinstalled the atom-overtype-mode package. everything is super. it worked. thanks for the support. Now I can switch from notepad ++ to atom.