I was able to map Cmd+T (the OS X equivalent for
fuzzy-finder:toggle-file-finder) to something using the
atom-workspace selector with no issue. It works just after startup, first time and every time … I didn’t map it to atom-terminal though because I don’t use that package. I have a custom command that opens my text file todo list.
When I installed the atom-terminal package on the other hand and tried to replicate your issue, it does occur. And as @Alchiadus points out, atom-terminal does have activation commands. And it would appear that both of atom-terminal’s activation commands are listed in the
But if you look at the version that is in the latest released version, v0.8.0:
atom-terminal:open is not in the list of activation commands. So when you execute a command from the command palette, you must be using
atom-terminal:open-project-root and not
atom-terminal:open. Because when I open the command palette immediately after startup and try to find atom-terminal commands, this is all I see:
So I would urge the atom-terminal owner to release v0.8.1 where this shouldn’t be a problem.