Visual Studio Code Tips – Override the Default Keyboard Shortcuts in Visual Studio Code

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Keybindings in Visual Studio Code:

Override the Default Keyboard Shortcuts in Visual Studio Code
– Default Keyboard Shortcuts
– Override the Default Keyboard Shortcuts

Default Keyboard Shortcuts:
From Command Palette – Search “Keyboard” then select “Preferences: Open Default Keyboard Shortcuts (JSON)”

Override the Default Keyboard Shortcuts:
From Command Palette – Search “Keyboard” then select “Preferences: Open Keyboard Shortcuts (JSON)”

Place your key bindings in the keybindings.json file to override the defaults keybindings.

Example:
{ “key”: “ctrl+shift+t”, “command”: “workbench.action.terminal.focus” }

To Replace the Command Palette Key Shortcuts in Visual Studio Code:
{ “key”: “ctrl+1”, “command”: “workbench.action.showCommands” }

To Replace the Search Shortcuts in Visual Studio Code:
{ “key”: “ctrl+2”, “command”: “workbench.view.search”, “when”: “!searchViewletVisible” },

Step 1: From Settings – Type Codelens and Enable the Editor: Code Lens and Javascript > References Code Lens to check the references in JavaScript File.

Step 2: Then open any of your JavaScript file to identify the References of Property or Method in the file.

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