agibsonsw wrote:I would first search in the default key bindings file for 'ctrl+shift+d', then in my user key-bindings - which would override the default setting.
I would use my search tool, Agent Ransack, to search all 'sublime-keymap' and settings files for 'ctrl+shift+d'.
It's most likely to be a plug-in that causes your issue. I would disable them all to see if the problem goes away, then enable them one by one to discover which one is the problem.
The problem with the double '<<' is mentioned in a recent post and may not be related to the 'ctrl-shift-d' issue.
Thank you for the reply! I looked through the keybindings and the command is there and is not being overridden elsewhere. I also tried changing the keybinding, but that didn't change anything. Changing the command worked, however, and the keybinding was fine with e.g. "unindent". The command "duplicate_line", however, didn't work with Ctrl+Shift+D nor any other keybinding I tried to set for it.
I don't think I have any plugins installed. I do, however, have the theme set to "Soda Dark.sublime-theme". Changing that back to default, however, didn't help.
Great to know the "<" thing is a known bug/issue/phenomenon. Guess those two aren't related, then.EDIT:
Also, for whatever reason, I can't revert to fresh settings. If I remove the data folder and reinstall ST2, it just says it can't find some modules, even though the installation is new and should've (as far as I know) included those.