How can I determine what command is behind a key?


#1

On a related subject, how can I find where F3 is handled? It doesn’t show up in a keybinding search in settings.

I’m on win 8.0 with atom 0.115.0.


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#2

There are two ways that you can determine what command is associated with a particular key:

  1. The Keybinding search in settings
  2. The Keybinding Resolver (Cmd+. on OS X)

This is, of course, assuming that either are working correctly.


#3

Also, if you want to get right down to it, since F3 is part of the find-and-replace package, I just had a look and you can find it in that package’s keymap:

".platform-win32 .editor, .platform-linux .editor": {
    "f3": "find-and-replace:find-next",
    "shift-f3": "find-and-replace:find-previous",
    "ctrl-d": "find-and-replace:select-next",
    "ctrl-e": "find-and-replace:use-selection-as-find-pattern"
  }