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Keyboard binding in CodeEnvy

 
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Does CodeEnvy support custom keyboard binding like vi/emacs mode?

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I am guessing the answer is 'no', because the Alt and Ctrl keys inside a web browser are typically handled by the browser itself. Ctrl-f in vi should be page-down, but the web browsers typically use it as Search. Meta-f in Emacs should be move forward a word, but the browser will probably pop open the File menu. etc... etc...

I am not affiliated with CodEnvy, so I could be completely wrong.
 
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