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Using `ls' Switches Instead of Omit Mode

I don't see that. For me switches -al -B (or -alB) remove ~-suffixed file names. Do you see it if you start Emacs with emacs -Q (no init file)? If not then bisect your init file to find the culprit. ...
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Helm-mode-dired-do-rename change name of file to a prefix of itself

You can edit a name in helm selection using C-f (forward) and C-b (backward) for chars, C-left and C-right to the begin or end of words.
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find-name-dired : save selection of files for reuse?

Just run M-x my-save-current-buffer, then open saved file in Emacs. Here is the code, (defun my-save-current-buffer () "Save current buffer (Dired, Grep, ...) to re-use in the future." (...
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find-name-dired : save selection of files for reuse?

If you use Dired+ (dired+.el) then there's another solution, which doesn't require that you also use library Bookmark+. That solution is to use Dired+ command diredp-define-snapshot-dired-commands in ...
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find-name-dired : save selection of files for reuse?

If you use Dired+ (dired+.el) then you can use command diredp-marked (or diredp-marked-other-window, which is bound to C-M-*) to create a Dired buffer that's a snapshot of the marked buffers in the ...
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How can I recursively find and replace text in case sensetive?

As already mentioned in the comments the variable case-fold-search is buffer-local. The following line in your init file sets this variable only for the buffer to nil where the init file is evaluated: ...
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