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Since releasing support for Vim and Emacs modes in the Overleaf editor, a potential issue has come to light with users who have the Chrome extension "Vimium" installed. If you're using that extension, you may find that after inserting text you're be unable to revert to normal mode—the standard commands ESC or CTRL-[ may not work. We have found that after disabling this extension, the Overleaf Vim editor works as expected. For more details on the Vim and Emacs editors, see this blog post.