By default NeoVintageous handles all keys. You can ignore selected keys, in which case the handling of those keys will fallback to Sublime.

You can configure key handling via the vintageous_handle_keys setting. Settings are accessed via the Preferences > Settings menu item. Let’s look at some examples.

If you want to ignore <C-f>:

{
    "vintageous_handle_keys": {
        "<C-f>": false
    }
}

If you want to ignore keys for specific modes, use one of the available mode prefixes. No prefix implies all modes.

n_ - Normal
i_ - Insert
v_ - Visual
V_ - Visual line
b_ - Visual block
s_ - Select

For example to disable <C-u> in insert mode and <C-f> in visual mode:

{
    "vintageous_handle_keys": {
        "i_<C-u>": false,
        "v_<C-f>": false,
    }
}

Troubleshooting

You can debug Sublime key events by running sublime.log_input(True) in the console: Menu > View > Show Console. If Sublime is not receiving the key event, you will need to clear the existing key bind.