Here’s how I fixed Markdown not working.
It was a conflict with the Emmet package.
I found out that this was a conflict using
. keyboard shortcut
That let me know that in the file
emmet.cson there was a conflict with
ctrl-shift-m that is used to merge lines.
I don’t use that in emmet so I just commented it out (placed a # at the beginning of the line)
It still didn’t work.
I shut down atom and restarted and then ctrl+shift+m showed a preview of markdown.
If this is driving you nuts, here’s a quick fix
As a temporary workaround, create the following file at
~/Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict (or add these entries to the existing file):
"^@\UF701" = "noop:";
"^@\UF702" = "noop:";
"^@\UF703" = "noop:";
source for fix (thanks nathansobo)
I needed to look this up and just wanted to save people time if they had the same issue.
Vim-Mode in Atom by default opens files in Command mode. I like to open files in Insert mode so I can quickly start typing.
This is easily accomplished inside the vim-mode package settings.
Just check the
Start In Insert Mode checkbox.