I'm experiencing a very annoying problem with Pycharm. I can't type square brackets [
Square brackets are used all the time in Python, and I can't open them, because I can't type the left one.
The right square bracket works, but not the other one. I'll explain why-
Keyboard input layout for my language (which I am used to), has square brackets set to Alt+F and Alt+G.
It works in any other program, but not in Pycharm. In Pycharm, if I hit Alt+F it just says "Cannot perform refactoring using selected elements".
Okay, it looks like Alt+F is a shortcut to something called refactoring. But when I browse the keymap in Pycharm settings, I swear I can't find that shortcut anywhere. I can't unbind it!
It's starting to get so frustrating that I'm probably going to switch to some other code editor, unless I find a way to fix this.
If anyone has any idea on how to change this, please let me know.
Thank you in advance!
EDIT: SOLVED! Square brackets on my keyboard are typed using the right Alt (Alt Gr), which is the same as Control Alt.
(I forgot that Alt Gr is basically Ctrl+Alt)
Well, turns out that there was Refactoring binded to Ctrl+Alt+F. Removed that and I can type square brackets now. Yay [[[[[[[