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load keybindings.json from .vscode dir if there is any ? #10708
Not sure wheter it's a good idea, however for me it would make sense to put the keybindings.json into the .vscode dir, so all devs get the same keybindings on the project.
maybe it should load it from .vscode (if a dir is openend), then from the user location (and overwrite if conflicting). or is it already possible to define keybindings in the .vscode dir (didn't work as i just put the keybindings.json into it)?
@mahald The current recommended way of sharing keybindings is via extensions in the marketplace. You can create an extension that only adds keybinding rules. See for example https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-sublime-keybindings
The reasons we don't want to load keybindings from the
All in all, we don't believe this would add much value and it would possibly make things more confusing for the majority of cases. Therefore, we recommend sharing keybindings via extensions.