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Emacs 26.1, Dired+

  1. Open some folder in dired mode. enter image description here

  2. Split buffer by M-4 (split-window-vertically)

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  1. Now I want to open src folder but only in TOP WINDOW. The bottom window must not be change. I press Enter in top window. But folder src open in BOTH windows - top and bottom.

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    That's not default dired behaviour, and from a quick test it's also not default dired+ behviour; so this is presumably your own custom config at fault, so you should start by looking at that. However, what is RET (Enter) actually bound to? – phils Apr 19 at 13:24
  • What @phils said. Please provide a recipe that starts with emacs -Q (no init file). – Drew Apr 19 at 19:24
  • I imagine the reason is this other question of yours. – phils Apr 19 at 21:26
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    General rule: If the problem arises only when your init file is loaded then bisect your init file to find the culprit. But see also @phils's last comment. – Drew Apr 20 at 15:04
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    In that case, please either (1) delete your question or (2) if you think the question and your comment answer might help others, add your answer. – Drew Apr 28 at 17:32
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I has this settings

(with-eval-after-load "dired" (define-key dired-mode-map (kbd "RET") 'dired-find-alternate-file))

So if remove it then the problem is gone

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