VS Code Contents hide 1 Detecting Hotkeys 2 Using Snippets 3 Command Palette 4 View and edit hotkeys 5 Change encodings Detecting Hotkeys VS Code will detect hotkeys for you, and generate the syntax for your config files.If you don’t know a command name, you can use the hotkey to look it up. Using Snippets Command Palette ctrl+shift+p The command palette is used for everything. It searches all commands and hotkeys.Do you want to change the current language but you don’t know the hotkey? Just type “format” Compare files with another file, your clipboard, or compare the saved version View and edit hotkeys select “Open Keyboard Shortcuts” for a UI If you don’t know a key name, the record button will detect it for you. You can search for an exact match using quotes: "ctrl+p" Or search for any hotkeys that contain ctrl and p . Change encodings You can open or save using a new encoding . UTF8 is very common. When .net and .net core say “Unicode” they meanUTF-16-LE Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.