A lot of times I simply want to trigger a search in my currently open file. Since a few versions however, when pressing ⌘ + F a new Tree view Find (Explorer search) opens up in the explorer view. I do not need this and it is distracting because I have to manually set the focus back onto my file and press ⌘ + F again. How can I disable this feature?
This has been annoying me so much recently, I finally decided to change it and landed here. However, as pointed out in other answers, simply disabling
list.find shortcut is not enough for me as it doesn't trigger "Find" on the open file when focus is in tree view, which is something I wanted. Perhaps something changed in newer versions.
For that, you can change the
When condition for the keybinding, to also trigger on
Under Settings > Keyboard Shortcuts, search for
list.find where the keybinding is
⌘ F, remove (right click, then click on Remove keybinding) or change it to whatever you want.
Then, search for
actions.find, right click, then click on "Change When Expression", replace
editorFocus || editorIsOpen with
editorFocus || editorIsOpen || listFocus.