Keybindings related to fuzzy-finder not working?


#1

I’ve installed atomic-emacs to get emacs-like keybindings but some of them don’t seem to work. This is the one in question:

ctrl-x ctrl-f fuzzy-finder:toggle-file-finder Atomic Emacs body

When I press c-x c-f, nothing happens. Even the default cmd-t does not work.

I’ve noticed, however, that when the left sidebar appears with a directory listing (for example, when I click “Open ~/.atom” in Preferences), the command does work.

Can someone explain why this is and how to make the command work everywhere?


#2

Can you open the keybinding resolver (cmd-.) and press cmd-t? Do any commands popup for cmd-t?


#3

When I press cmd-t, the fuzzy-finder:toggle-file-finder does resolve but doesn’t open.

When I press c-x c-f, it only resolves c-f, which is atomic-emacs:forward-char. Are these types of keybindings possible? I assume they must be if it is defined in the package.

When I go to Preferences -> Open ~/.atom and the right file navigator opens (this is the only way I can get this working), c-x c-f opens fuzzy-finder:toggle-file-finder but the keybinding resolver does not show this resolving. (it shows core:move-right).

cmd-t does resolve properly and opens.

I have rebound Caps Lock to Control in my keyboard settings and also use a custom keyboard layout (as well as keyremap4macbook). I generally don’t have issues with these but maybe Atom doesn’t work with them.


#4

I’m not sure what the problem is here. I’m updating the keybinding resolver today to work with multistroke keybindings, so hopefully that will help diagnose the problem.