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Define "executable file" and a file's "mode". If you mean something that ls recognizes as executable and flags as such, with an asterisk (*), when you use ls switch F, then Dired+ highlights that. It uses face `` for the asterisk. ;; For this to show up, you need `F' among the options in `dired-listing-switches'. ;; For example, I use "-alF" for `dired-...


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