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Using Visual Studio Code with the Explicit Folding extension, I am trying to configure it so that the text is folded according to chapters, subchapters, ... in Org-mode files.

The Org-mode syntax for the text would be:

* Level 1 chapter

Text 1

** Level 2 chapter

Text 2

*** Level 3 chapter

Text 3

...

So there are tags that indicate the beginning of a block (*, **, ***), but the end of it is implicit.

How can I write the setting.json configuration file so that I get the behaviour I need?

All I could do so far is:

{
    "editor.showFoldingControls": "always",
    "explicitFolding.rules": {
        "org": [
            {
                "begin": "* ",
                "end": "#*"
            },
        ]
    },
    "explicitFolding.autoFold": "all",
    "explicitFolding.debug": true
}

This works correctly, but it needs the closing "#*" tag in the text. Without it I get nothing.

Is there a way to achieve this with this approach? Is there another way?

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I found the reason of the issue. The Explicit Folding extension is working fine, the problem is that I also had an old version of the Org Mode extension (by "vscode-org-mode"). Updating this from version 0.5 to version 1.0 solved my problem.

Now the text folds correctly without the need of a closing tag.

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