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Found a solution. It works if I put this into my config: (setq neo-window-fixed-size nil) The only downside is that neotree does not remember the window width. When you switch buffers it will reset the width back to the default value. There is a related issue on github.


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Same issue here. I could solve it disabling neo-autorefresh variable. My configuration with use-package: (use-package neotree :ensure t :bind (([f8] . neotree-toggle)) :config (setq neo-autorefresh nil))


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ivy has more than one way of exiting the selection process, not just pressing enter. In particular ivy-immediate-done which is bound to C-M-j has the following help text exit with the current action, calling it on the /current input/ instead of the current candidate. This is useful especially when creating new files or directories - often the input will ...


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Put this on your emacs configuration file: ;; Set the neo-window-width to the current width of the ;; neotree window, to trick neotree into resetting the ;; width back to the actual window width. ;; Fixes: https://github.com/jaypei/emacs-neotree/issues/262 (eval-after-load "neotree" '(add-to-list 'window-size-change-functions (...


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For people googling that, if you don't have the "use-package" package, you can also simply put that in your .emacs: (setq neo-autorefresh nil) (require 'neotree)


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Found here: https://github.com/jaypei/emacs-neotree/issues/117#issuecomment-126751086 add (setq-default neo-show-hidden-files t) to your init.el. Just in case you use Spacemacs: add '(neo-show-hidden-files nil) in custom-set-variables of your .spacemacs file.


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