Desktop-save-mode seems to save all windows except neotree - When I restart emacs, the neotree window is always gone. Why is this window different from the others? Is it possible for neotree's state to persist like everything else?

  • do you still need this? Try playing with (defun desktop-save-buffer-p (&rest a) t)
    – test30
    Mar 28 '17 at 21:26

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