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How do I hide dotfiles only in the home directory in dired buffers?

I would like to hide dotfiles only in the home directory in dired buffers, but I do not know how to achieve this. I have been trying with the following: (use-package dired :ensure nil :commands (...
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Using `ls' Switches Instead of Omit Mode

As per this page An alternative to using Omit mode: Use C-u s to change the ls switches and immediately refresh. (C-u s refreshes also, so there is very little typing involved.) You can remove -a ...
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Omit files in a certain directory

I'm trying to omit html files from a certain directory when using dired. For all directories I could do it like so; (setq dired-omit-files "\\.html$") I only want to hide html files from my ...
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In dired how can I omit executables?

On Linux/macOS, using omit-mode in Dired is there a way to omit executables? Executables are files which have the Unix executable flag set and are then listed via ls -lF with an * after the filename. ...
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