A huge +100 to allow disabling this feature. It is obtrusive and the single worst part of Logseq.
Asking users to re-learn how to interact with a text area in a product specific way that caters to a poorly implemented feature isn’t strictly the best way to grow the user base.
I support (and have asked elsewhere) this feature because it’s current imposing on users is not useful on so many levels:
it is not Context-Aware: If I only want to close a previous opened character from the auto-close map, put it only once there, not twice. Then, if I select some text and type a character from the Map, enclose the selected text with that character, as expected;
I want to be able to edit the whole auto-close sets map and keep what I find useful and remove what I find frustrating and not useful to me. For example, I would like that
[[ to trigger not
( [] ) so I can have a
standard Markdown Link that also uses the Logseq Link Feature. After Auto-Completion, keep the cursor between the first  just as with Links and then, if I type Enter or Tab (interchangeably) it should jump in between the Logseq Page Link square brackets;
I find it frustrating to use Logseq with Text Expanders when trying to Expand some text that has in it whatever characters from this auto-closing map because it ends up a messed up text with no sense. See Anybody using Espanso with Logseq? If so, how do deal with "replace" strings that contain [, (, etc -> which auto-complete the closing corespondent?;
Bottom line: I want to be able to Independently Toggle OFF the auto-closing characters feature and the Selected Text Enclosing feature as well as UNITE the Auto-Close feature with some internal Text Expanding feature so I can define not only what character sets will get auto-closed but what the end-format will look like just like with text expanders.
Plus one to an option to disable autopairing. I am most frustrated by backticks; I frequently go back to surround existing text with backticks and have to do a lot of extra arrow-keying and deleting. When I enter text, I basically always hit backtick to close the inline code style anyway; it’s faster than moving my fingers back to and from the arrow keys.
I would like the feature removed. It just gets in the way. If nothing else, a setting, turned off by default, for autopair.
Really, just let us disable it. I love logseq but this frustrates me so much that I’m thinking of switching