The .fdignore file has the same syntax as .gitignore, meaning that the trailing slash denotes a folder. The leading slash denotes that only the entry placed at the top level should be ignored. In this case it’s a folder and another one in the same location as a .fdignore file – in the home folder. This is useful when there are folders with the same name deeper in the tree, that we do not want to ignore, for instance ~/work/go/ would not be ignored, but ~/go/ will.

~/.fdignoreaccept command fzf