I am using Atom for first time. I am planning to use only for Polymer (verrsions 1, 2 and 3). I know it may seem a silly question but I really didn’t find anything around to answer my question: I press Alt + T and then I see a terminal opened but no matter what I try type it doesn’t work at all. Just as analogy, I want similar idea when I type Control ` in Visual Studio Code. I mean, I want an internal terminal like windows prompt (PS. I am using Windows in case it matter).
Have you installed a terminal package?
Aerijo, I believe the command bellow shows all I have installed so far
C:\Users>apm list --installed --bar
Community Packages (7) C:\Users\my-user.atom\packages
Looks like an issue with terminal-plus reported by quite a few people?
If it is an issue with the package, you can always try another one e.g.:
What is the process for marking a package as deprecated or unmaintained so that people don’t waste their time installing the by-far-the-most-popular-but-evidently-broken terminal package?