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When editing a large file, I like to collapse code fragments using the + symbols in Notepad++'s sidebar. However, the code is completely unfolded when I close and reopen a file.

Is there a way to store the state of folding in a file?

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Partial answer (saves and restores the entire set of tabs, not just the current file): File > Save Session...

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This was the answer I needed, to help notepad++ remember my previous state of pages that had folded regions. thanks! – blackhawk Aug 7 '15 at 22:27

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