How to change configuration

Whatever I do change to the config.toml don’t take effect. I’ve seen some other topic here on this and I have run ‘echo ‘eval “$(atuin init zsh)”’ >> ~/.zshrc’

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atuin:
version: 18.2.0
sync: null
shell:
name: zsh
default: zsh
plugins:

  • atuin
    system:
    os: Darwin
    arch: arm64
    version: 14.4.1
    disks:
  • name: System
    filesystem: apfs
  • name: System
    filesystem: apfs

Could you share the contents of your config file, and the output of atuin info please?

Config files:
client config: “/Users/miroslav.martinek/.config/atuin/config.toml”
server config: “/Users/miroslav.martinek/.config/atuin/server.toml”
client db path: “/Users/miroslav.martinek/.local/share/atuin/history.db”
key path: “/Users/miroslav.martinek/.local/share/atuin/key”
session path: “/Users/miroslav.martinek/.local/share/atuin/session”

Env Vars:
ATUIN_CONFIG_DIR = “None”

Version info:
version: 18.2.0

## where to store your database, default is your system data directory
## linux/mac: ~/.local/share/atuin/history.db
## windows: %USERPROFILE%/.local/share/atuin/history.db
# db_path = "~/.history.db"

## where to store your encryption key, default is your system data directory
## linux/mac: ~/.local/share/atuin/key
## windows: %USERPROFILE%/.local/share/atuin/key
# key_path = "~/.key"

## where to store your auth session token, default is your system data directory
## linux/mac: ~/.local/share/atuin/session
## windows: %USERPROFILE%/.local/share/atuin/session
# session_path = "~/.session"

## date format used, either "us" or "uk"
# dialect = "us"

## default timezone to use when displaying time
## either "l", "local" to use the system's current local timezone, or an offset
## from UTC in the format of "<+|->H[H][:M[M][:S[S]]]"
## for example: "+9", "-05", "+03:30", "-01:23:45", etc.
# timezone = "local"

## enable or disable automatic sync
# auto_sync = true

## enable or disable automatic update checks
# update_check = true

## address of the sync server
# sync_address = "https://api.atuin.sh"

## how often to sync history. note that this is only triggered when a command
## is ran, so sync intervals may well be longer
## set it to 0 to sync after every command
# sync_frequency = "10m"

## which search mode to use
## possible values: prefix, fulltext, fuzzy, skim
# search_mode = "fuzzy"

## which filter mode to use
## possible values: global, host, session, directory
# filter_mode = "host"

## With workspace filtering enabled, Atuin will filter for commands executed
## in any directory within a git repository tree (default: false)
# workspaces = false

## which filter mode to use when atuin is invoked from a shell up-key binding
## the accepted values are identical to those of "filter_mode"
## leave unspecified to use same mode set in "filter_mode"
# filter_mode_shell_up_key_binding = "session"

## which search mode to use when atuin is invoked from a shell up-key binding
## the accepted values are identical to those of "search_mode"
## leave unspecified to use same mode set in "search_mode"
# search_mode_shell_up_key_binding = "fuzzy"

## which style to use
## possible values: auto, full, compact
# style = "compact"

## the maximum number of lines the interface should take up
## set it to 0 to always go full screen
# inline_height = 0

## Invert the UI - put the search bar at the top , Default to `false`
# invert = false

## enable or disable showing a preview of the selected command
## useful when the command is longer than the terminal width and is cut off
# show_preview = false

## what to do when the escape key is pressed when searching
## possible values: return-original, return-query
# exit_mode = "return-original"

## possible values: emacs, subl
# word_jump_mode = "emacs"

## characters that count as a part of a word
# word_chars = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789"

## number of context lines to show when scrolling by pages
# scroll_context_lines = 1

## use ctrl instead of alt as the shortcut modifier key for numerical UI shortcuts
## alt-0 .. alt-9
# ctrl_n_shortcuts = false

## default history list format - can also be specified with the --format arg
# history_format = "{time}\t{command}\t{duration}"

## prevent commands matching any of these regexes from being written to history.
## Note that these regular expressions are unanchored, i.e. if they don't start
## with ^ or end with $, they'll match anywhere in the command.
## For details on the supported regular expression syntax, see
## https://docs.rs/regex/latest/regex/#syntax
# history_filter = [
#   "^secret-cmd",
#   "^innocuous-cmd .*--secret=.+",
# ]

## prevent commands run with cwd matching any of these regexes from being written
## to history. Note that these regular expressions are unanchored, i.e. if they don't
## start with ^ or end with $, they'll match anywhere in CWD.
## For details on the supported regular expression syntax, see
## https://docs.rs/regex/latest/regex/#syntax
# cwd_filter = [
#   "^/very/secret/area",
# ]

## Configure the maximum height of the preview to show.
## Useful when you have long scripts in your history that you want to distinguish
## by more than the first few lines.
# max_preview_height = 4

## Configure whether or not to show the help row, which includes the current Atuin
## version (and whether an update is available), a keymap hint, and the total
## amount of commands in your history.
# show_help = true

## Configure whether or not to show tabs for search and inspect
# show_tabs = true

## Defaults to true. This matches history against a set of default regex, and will not save it if we get a match. Defaults include
## 1. AWS key id
## 2. Github pat (old and new)
## 3. Slack oauth tokens (bot, user)
## 4. Slack webhooks
## 5. Stripe live/test keys
# secrets_filter = true

## Defaults to true. If enabled, upon hitting enter Atuin will immediately execute the command. Press tab to return to the shell and edit.
# This applies for new installs. Old installs will keep the old behaviour unless configured otherwise.
enter_accept = true

## Defaults to "emacs".  This specifies the keymap on the startup of `atuin
## search`.  If this is set to "auto", the startup keymap mode in the Atuin
## search is automatically selected based on the shell's keymap where the
## keybinding is defined.  If this is set to "emacs", "vim-insert", or
## "vim-normal", the startup keymap mode in the Atuin search is forced to be
## the specified one.
# keymap_mode = "auto"

## Cursor style in each keymap mode.  If specified, the cursor style is changed
## in entering the cursor shape.  Available values are "default" and
## "{blink,steady}-{block,underline,bar}".
# keymap_cursor = { emacs = "blink-block", vim_insert = "blink-block", vim_normal = "steady-block" }

# network_connect_timeout = 5
# network_timeout = 5

## Timeout (in seconds) for acquiring a local database connection (sqlite)
# local_timeout = 5

## Set this to true and Atuin will minimize motion in the UI - timers will not update live, etc.
## Alternatively, set env NO_MOTION=true
# prefers_reduced_motion = false

[stats]
## Set commands where we should consider the subcommand for statistics. Eg, kubectl get vs just kubectl
# common_subcommands = [
#   "apt",
#   "cargo",
#   "composer",
#   "dnf",
#   "docker",
#   "git",
#   "go",
#   "ip",
#   "kubectl",
#   "nix",
#   "nmcli",
#   "npm",
#   "pecl",
#   "pnpm",
#   "podman",
#   "port",
#   "systemctl",
#   "tmux",
#   "yarn",
# ]

## Set commands that should be totally stripped and ignored from stats
# common_prefix = ["sudo"]

## Set commands that will be completely ignored from stats
# ignored_commands = [
#   "cd",
#   "ls",
#   "vi"
# ]

[keys]
# Defaults to true. If disabled, using the up/down key won't exit the TUI when scrolled past the first/last entry.
# scroll_exits = false

[sync]
# Enable sync v2 by default
# This ensures that sync v2 is enabled for new installs only
# In a later release it will become the default across the board
records = true

The only optins you have set are sync v2 and enter_accept (although it’s set to the default), so what do you expect to change?

Edit: Can you give an example of what you had changed but didn’t take effect?