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How do I disable the Godot internal text editor from converting != to ≠? I'm using VS Code right now, but I'd prefer to not use an external editor because it could get buggy when saving files sometime.

Godot version Gadot_v4_alpha14_win64
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You can disable ligatures in the Editor Settings.

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Thanks for the response, but I'm not sure if that setting is only available in Godot v3 because I can't find a setting called 'ligature' in v4 editor settings

On the contrary, ligatures are only available in Godot 4.

You can find it in the Editor Settings under "Interface > Editor". You can also type "ligatures" in the Editor Settings search box.

Awesome! Thank you. apparently, I couldn't find it using the search bar but have to manually navigate to it

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