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Robert Andrews
Robert Andrews

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How to get my own forked-repo GitHub Issues in VS Code?

I forked tidythemes/blankslate to robertandrews/blankstrap.

I created new Issues for myself, for my own fork...

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But, in VS Code, in the GitHub extension panel, I am instead seeing the Issues for the original blankslate...

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Source Control Repositories shows...

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Branch switcher shows...

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Switching to another (ie. origin/master Remote) does not result in my Issues showing.

What must I do to get my own Issues visible?

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The only way I can get them to display so far is by editing settings.json to add a new githubIssues.queries item:

    {
      "label": "Test Issues",
      "query": "state:open repo:robertandrews/blankstrap sort:updated-desc"
    }
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Then, they show. But this, of course, means this is visible no matter what I open in VS Code.

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Developer of the VS Code GitHub Issues extension suggests it may be a bug.