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If you find the problem persists after granting Emacs full disk access: from here on the problem remains because Emacs on MacOS gets launched indirectly, from a Ruby script. Your Emacs binary has full disk access, but Ruby does not. One way to get around this is to get the Ruby script out of the way, and replace it with a symlink to the correct binary for ...


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For files (and directories, not buffers) C-f makes it fall back to non-ido behavior. C-f runs the command ido-magic-forward-char (found in ido-completion-map), which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in ‘ido.el’. It is bound to C-f. (ido-magic-forward-char ARG) Move forward in user input or perform magic action. If no user input is present, or at ...


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You could remap dired-find-alternate-file to a custom command which firstly checks to see whether server-buffer-clients is non-nil in that dired buffer. If it's nil then just go ahead and call dired-find-alternate-file; if it's set, then work around the issue... Some possible workarounds are: Call dired-find-file instead of dired-find-alternate-file. ...


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