Can I Disable/Change the 'Stop Debugger' Ctrl-F2 Hotkey ?

For some reason, my debugger intermittently exits. 

So I can figure out if another app/process is triggering the 'Ctrl-F2', is it possible to disable this hotkey in Pycharm?

Thanks

 

7 comments
Comment actions Permalink

Hi,

You can remove the shortcut in File | Settings | Keymap.

Has it helped?

0
Comment actions Permalink

Thanks. I was looking under 'Debugger' in the keymaps...turns out, it's Stop

I'll disable it over the next several days--see if that fixes it. 

0
Comment actions Permalink

Didn't work :\ Pycharm still unexpectedly/intermittently exits the debugger....

Any idea what could be causing it?

0
Comment actions Permalink

Did you check if the Stop action is shown among the conflicting with the system shortcuts before you removed it?

Something like this:

0
Comment actions Permalink

Although a conflicting shortcut wouldn't cause it. You could try some software that tracks the hotkeys that are invoked (probably something like keylogger), maybe those will indicate which process/app is invoking the hotkey.

0
Comment actions Permalink

As there is no longer a hotkey assigned to stop the debugger, what else could be causing the exit...as I'm not clicking the stop/terminate key?

I'm on Windows 10 running wsl2

Be nice to keep that debugger going for longer than 30 seconds :)

0
Comment actions Permalink

Oh, right, sorry.

Does the issue reproduce with any code?

Are there any custom plugins installed?

0

Please sign in to leave a comment.