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Unable to use ctrl-p in the integrated terminal in GNU/Linux #35722
Steps to Reproduce:
Previously executed command should be in the buffer ready to execute.
Note: This works as expected on macOS (presumably because cmd-p is used there for Go To File)
Go To File in command prompt opens
Reproduces without extensions: Yes
Would it be sane to not trigger Go To File if the terminal has focus?
I realize this is an edge-case and special casing things like this isn't desirable.
I don't want to suggest yet-another-setting because that becomes a nightmare to maintain and troubleshoot.
Bonus information that may or may not be helpful. This is the version of bash that I am running:
ctrl+p is a special keybindings which is whitelisted in the integrated terminal so it skips the shell and goes to the vscode keybinding system. You can get around this by redefining