Is there a specific reason why Ctrl-K is used as a prefix key? (and not Ctrl-X? I know it’s normally a cut key, but…)
Coming from Emacs, (I already have emacs-mode and emacs-flow installed) I can’t stop hitting Ctrl-K. I have already remapped Ctrl-K to a “Kill Line” method, but there is a short delay. I figured it was because it waits for a second key stroke.
If this functionality is intended, is there some way to unmap keys? Otherwise, I guess I will have to patch the Atom core.