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Just remove the strike-throughs in lines 3839-3842 of dired+.el, to give (defface diredp-omit-file-name ;; (if (assq :inherit custom-face-attributes) ; Emacs 22+ '((((background dark)) (:inherit diredp-ignored-file-name)) (t (:inherit diredp-ignored-file-name))) Either rename the file or make a note of the change so you're not ...


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It does so because that's how Dired works with an arbitrary file listing (files from anywhere). And because having that directory line makes various parts of Dired work (marking etc.). A Dired listing of arbitrary files (which is what this is), as opposed to a Dired listing that corresponds to ls output, has, unfortunately, a certain number of limitations ...


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You can use https://github.com/syohex/emacs-dired-k . By default, dates are fade with age. As @Drew said (Thanks), you can use dired-k.el together with Dired+.


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Simply add your parameters to the command prompt, separated by space, without any placeholder for filenames. To construct commands like ls -l <file>, just enter ls -l. OR: the interface supports the placeholders * and ?. Where ? means call command with one marked file only, in a loop; and * means call with all marked files. Read more at ...


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You need to define a key in the major mode map. It (define-key dired-mode-map (kbd "C-x C-q") #'dired-toggle-read-only) more examples and more information at various websites and the manual: http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_set_keys_for_major_mode.html https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/efaq/Binding-keys-to-commands.html


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They are displayed in the diredp-omit-file-name face defined in the very same file: (defface diredp-omit-file-name (if (assq :inherit custom-face-attributes) ; Emacs 22+ '((((background dark)) (:inherit diredp-ignored-file-name :strike-through "#555555555555")) ; ~ dark gray (t (:inherit diredp-ignored-file-name :strike-...


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