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SECOND EDIT (in response to you edit) To format the expression differently, simply modify the string after the :argument keyword in your magit:--grep-expression argument definition (e.g. make it "Expression: ") To add the prefix to the magit-dispatch popup, simply do it like I explained in the original answer (replace counsel-projectile-rg by magit-...


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Using Emacs and Magit on Windows, I didn't find it intuitive to get side by side diffs (with 2 windows instead of 3) even with the above answer. Adding this in case it helps others. Here's what I did to get it working for me. Install cygwin and add the bin directory to PATH (this makes the ediff tool available to Emacs - can probably ignore this on non-...


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Are you sure you finished the commit correctly? That command that is still running is git commit with some extra options, and the log indicates that git push didn’t have to update anything; the remote already had all the commits. How did you start the commit, and how did you finalize it? Edit: From the comments, I see that you saved the commit message, but ...


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No, Forge provides no UI for assigning anything to these fields before sending the issue off to the server. However, some of the supported forges support commands that you can insert into the body of a new issue or merge request. Gitlab calls them “quick actions”; you’ll have to look through your forge’s help to see what they support. On Gitlab, putting “/...


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