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Sometimes the sections such as "Recent commits", will be closed by default. Can I set it so they are all always open by default?

But before I made the commit, recent commits was opened. After the commit, the unmerged section (with 1 commit in it) is closed. Is this intended?

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The Recent commits and Unmerged into <upstream> sections are actually two states of the same section. If there are any commits that haven't been merged into the upstream yet, then only those are shown, otherwise N recent commits are shown.

When you push or create a commit, that can cause the state to change. If that happens, then the section keeps its visibility state now (there may have been a bug related to that back when you asked this question).

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    Maybe I didn't explain properly. I mean sometimes I will commit and the unmerged into upstream section will be folded: (Unmerged into ... (1)) or something. If i press tab I can view everything. Can I view everything by default? – user7637341 Dec 14 '17 at 14:57
  • So to recap. There is a section "Recent commits", you create a commit, as a result the "Recent commits" disappears and instead "Unmerged into ... (1)" appears. As I said, the visibility state of "Unmerged into ... (1)" depends on the visibility state of "Recent commits" before you created the commit. – tarsius Dec 14 '17 at 15:43
  • By "will be folded" you mean "that action causes it to be displayed in folded state (it wasn't even visible before)", right? – tarsius Dec 14 '17 at 15:45
  • All that being said I am also not quite happy with how all this is handled an plan to look into it again at a later time and maybe make some adjustments to the logic. – tarsius Dec 14 '17 at 15:46
  • But before I made the commit, recent commits was opened. After the commit, the unmerged section (with 1 commit in it) is closed. Is this intended? I don't think it used to work this way, I think a relatively recent update may have changed it. – user7637341 Dec 14 '17 at 16:45

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