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Unable to submit an input from the Output Console due to 'cannot edit in read-only editor' #51021

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talhakabakus opened this Issue Jun 2, 2018 · 5 comments

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talhakabakus commented Jun 2, 2018

  • VSCode Version: 1.23.1
  • OS Version: 1709

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  1. Install Code Runner extension
  2. When I try to submit an input through the Output console using Python

Does this issue occur when all extensions are disabled?: Yes

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octref commented Jun 4, 2018

As-designed. You need to copy the content to somewhere else to edit it.

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Dragaan commented Jun 18, 2018

horse manure. I have been able to run all of my small (I'm learning) scripts/programs and enter input just file until the last time I restarted the program. Now it will never let me -- "cannot edit in read only editor" tooltip pops up with each keystroke. This JUST started happening, out of the blue.

There are more posts like this popping up. Google it. Haven't seen any useful replies yet.

EDIT: Thanks, but I guess I'll just go back to Geany. Damn, was just REALLY starting to like VS.Code, too. :(

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octref commented Jun 18, 2018

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Dragaan commented Jun 18, 2018

to the OP, just go to the user settings and add - "code-runner.runInTerminal": true

This will just run it from the terminal but at least you can see it from within vs code. :|

Really sucks, cause I much prefer the look of the "output" screen, and I was just running my programs a night or two ago with no problems whatsoever. Just started it up again tonight and this annoying tooltip showed up. Now Code is no better than Sublime, lol. Geany it is!..... :x

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wk1000 commented Jul 6, 2018

Same issue is still in version 1.25.0, MacOSX. Cannot edit in read-only editor.
If this cannot be changed, then VS Code is pretty worthless.

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