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2020-12-30
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Christian21:12:25

I installed calva on another machine with vs-code and when I do the normal "ctrl+alt+c ctrl+alt+j" routine I get the message, that this key combination is not a command

Christian21:12:00

alt+enter doesn't work. and when I start a new nrepl session by clicking on the nrepl lightning thing in the status bar, the output.calva-repl text tells me the jack-in is done

Christian21:12:11

still no alt+enter

Christian21:12:25

when I use the cmd to start lein repl it works normally

pez21:12:30

It sounds like Calva isn’t initialising properly. Do you have a project opened?

Christian21:12:44

yes, one I made with leiningen app command

pez21:12:58

Try closing the vscode window with the project and open it again. If it was just a glitch…

Christian22:12:09

Same thing 😕

pez22:12:50

Maybe it is that you have a markdown file active and not a clojure one. Shouldn’t be a problem, but maybe…

Christian22:12:39

same for core.clj

Christian22:12:19

i tried it in the editor window, the calva-repl and the output window

Christian22:12:08

normally I'd ditch the complete vscode installation and do it again, but setting up latex is a real pain

pez22:12:15

No idea what could be going on… If you have zoom and time I can have a look together with you.

Christian22:12:27

sure, that'd be nice

pez22:12:52

I’ll send you a zoom link in DM.

pez23:12:37

So, there is something with @christiaaan’s setup that makes the keyboard shortcuts unavailable. We couldn’t figure it out right away, but there is now an issue here: https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/calva/issues/909 If someone has more input to give on that issue, please comment on it.

porkostomus00:12:37

I was having this issue awhile back and it turned out that somehow the keyboard shortcuts had gotten disabled in the settings! Perhaps it's worth a look...

pez00:12:58

Yes, that was actually the case. Calva has a keyboard shortcut defined for disabling its keyboard shortcuts… @U9A1RLFNV has removed it for the next Calva release, fortunately.