I want to use the IdeaVim plugin with set multiple-cursors. However, the default key mapping of multiple-cursors conflict with my keyboard layout (Svorak A5) so that I can no longer type closing square brackets, which is a deal-breaker for using the plugin.
Basically, Alt+P is both mapped to closing bracket by my keyboard layout and (I guess) to
let g:multi_cursor_prev_key = <A-p>
by the multple-cursors plugin. In regular vim (i.e. in my shell) this is not a problem because Alt+P behaves differently in insert mode (bracket) and normal mode (multiple-cursors mapping), but in GoLand the plugin overrides the keyboard layout. I have tried to unset the mapping by
let g:multi_cursor_prev_key = <Nop>
but it does not work. Any help on this would be much appreciated!