I'd like to filter *foo* buffers out of my helm-mini (C-x b) list, but occasionally I do need to operate on a buffer like that. The natural solution (to me, anyway) is to use helm-buffers-list (C-x C-b) to access those.

I successfully filtered out these buffers by adding \*.+\* to helm-boring-buffer-regexp-list but I can't figure out how to configure helm-buffers-list to include boring buffers.

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    You can't do that since helm-mini and helm-buffers-list work in the same way for buffers. You can use C-c a (helm-buffers-toggle-show-hidden-buffers) to toggle the display of "boring buffers". – xuchunyang Dec 10 '15 at 4:21

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