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fzf changed my command life, it can change yours too, if you allow it.

Contents

Quickstart

To quickly test this plugin without changing your configuration run (will run in it's own sandbox with the default keybinds below):

sh -c "$(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ibhagwan/fzf-lua/main/scripts/mini.sh)"

Note: it's good practice to first read the script before running sh -c directly from the web

Key Command Key Command
<C-\> buffers <C-p> files
<C-g> grep <C-l> live_grep
<C-k> builtin commands <F1> neovim help

Coming from fzf.vim?

Easy! run :FzfLua setup_fzfvim_cmds and use the same familiar commands used by fzf.vim, i.e. :Files, :Rg, etc.

Using the builtin fzf-vim profile will also create fzf.vim's user commands, i.e. require("fzf-lua").setup({ "fzf-vim" })

Rationale

What more can be said about fzf? It is the single most impactful tool for my command line workflow, once I started using fzf I couldn’t see myself living without it.

To understand fzf properly I highly recommended fzf screencast by @samoshkin

This is my take on the original fzf.vim, written in lua for neovim 0.5, it builds on the elegant nvim-fzf as an async interface to create a performant and lightweight fzf client for neovim that rivals any of the new shiny fuzzy finders for neovim.

Why Fzf-Lua

... and not telescope or any other vim/neovim household name?

As @junegunn himself put it, “because you can and you love fzf”.

If you’re happy with your current setup there is absolutely no reason to switch.

That said, without taking anything away from the greatness of other plugins I found it more efficient having a uniform experience between my shell and my nvim. In addition fzf has been a rock for me since I started using it and hadn’t failed me once, it never hangs and can handle almost anything you throw at it. That, and colorful file icons and git indicators!.

Dependencies

Optional dependencies

  • fd - better find utility
  • rg - better grep utility
  • bat - syntax highlighted previews when using fzf's native previewer
  • delta - syntax highlighted git pager for git status previews
  • nvim-dap - for Debug Adapter Protocol (DAP) support

Below are a few optional dependencies for viewing media files (which you need to configure in previewer.builtin.extensions):

  • chafa - terminal image previewer (recommended, supports most file formats)
  • viu - terminal image previewer
  • ueberzugpp - terminal image previewer using X11/Wayland child windows, sixels, kitty and iterm2

Windows Notes

  • rg is required for grep and tags

  • git for Windows is required for git (though installing git-bash|sh is not required).

  • Installation of dependencies (fzf, rg, fd, etc) is possible via scoop, chocolatey or winget-cli

  • Although almost everything works on Windows exactly as the *NIX/OSX check out the Windows README for known issues and limitations.

Installation

LuaRocks

Using vim-plug

Plug 'ibhagwan/fzf-lua', {'branch': 'main'}
" optional for icon support
Plug 'nvim-tree/nvim-web-devicons'

Using packer.nvim

use { "ibhagwan/fzf-lua",
  -- optional for icon support
  requires = { "nvim-tree/nvim-web-devicons" }
}

Using lazy.nvim

{
  "ibhagwan/fzf-lua",
  -- optional for icon support
  dependencies = { "nvim-tree/nvim-web-devicons" },
  config = function()
    -- calling `setup` is optional for customization
    require("fzf-lua").setup({})
  end
}

Note: if you already have fzf installed you do not need to install fzf or fzf.vim, however if you do not have it installed, you only need fzf which can be installed with (fzf.vim is not a requirement nor conflict):

Plug "junegunn/fzf", { "do": { -> fzf#install() } }

or with packer.nvim:

use = { "junegunn/fzf", run = "./install --bin" }

or with lazy.nvim

{ "junegunn/fzf", build = "./install --bin" }

Usage

Fzf-lua aims to be as plug and play as possible with sane defaults, you can run any fzf-lua command like this:

:lua require('fzf-lua').files()
-- or using the `FzfLua` vim command:
:FzfLua files

or with arguments:

:lua require('fzf-lua').files({ cwd = '~/.config' })
-- or using the `FzfLua` vim command:
:FzfLua files cwd=~/.config

which can be easily mapped to:

nnoremap <c-P> <cmd>lua require('fzf-lua').files()<CR>

or if using init.lua:

vim.keymap.set("n", "<c-P>", require('fzf-lua').files, { desc = "Fzf Files" })
-- Or, with args
vim.keymap.set("n", "<c-P>", function() require('fzf-lua').files({ ... }) end, { desc = "Fzf Files" })

Resume

Resuming work from where you left off is as easy as:

:lua require('fzf-lua').resume()
-- or
:FzfLua resume

Alternatively, resuming work on a specific provider:

:lua require('fzf-lua').files({ resume = true })
-- or
:FzfLua files resume=true

Options

Refer to OPTIONS to see detailed usage notes and a comprehensive list of all available options.

Commands

Buffers and Files

Command List
buffers open buffers
files find or fd on a path
oldfiles opened files history
quickfix quickfix list
quickfix_stack quickfix stack
loclist location list
loclist_stack location stack
lines open buffers lines
blines current buffer lines
tabs open tabs
args argument list

Search

Command List
grep search for a pattern with grep or rg
grep_last run search again with the last pattern
grep_cword search word under cursor
grep_cWORD search WORD under cursor
grep_visual search visual selection
grep_project search all project lines (fzf.vim's :Rg)
grep_curbuf search current buffer lines
lgrep_curbuf live grep current buffer
live_grep live grep current project
live_grep_resume live grep continue last search
live_grep_glob live_grep with rg --glob support
live_grep_native performant version of live_grep

Tags

Command List
tags search project tags
btags search buffer tags
tags_grep grep project tags
tags_grep_cword tags_grep word under cursor
tags_grep_cWORD tags_grep WORD under cursor
tags_grep_visual tags_grep visual selection
tags_live_grep live grep project tags

Git

Command List
git_files git ls-files
git_status git status
git_commits git commit log (project)
git_bcommits git commit log (buffer)
git_branches git branches
git_tags git tags
git_stash git stash

LSP/Diagnostics

Command List
lsp_references References
lsp_definitions Definitions
lsp_declarations Declarations
lsp_typedefs Type Definitions
lsp_implementations Implementations
lsp_document_symbols Document Symbols
lsp_workspace_symbols Workspace Symbols
lsp_live_workspace_symbols Workspace Symbols (live query)
lsp_incoming_calls Incoming Calls
lsp_outgoing_calls Outgoing Calls
lsp_code_actions Code Actions
lsp_finder All LSP locations, combined view
diagnostics_document Document Diagnostics
diagnostics_workspace Workspace Diagnostics
lsp_document_diagnostics alias to diagnostics_document
lsp_workspace_diagnostics alias to diagnostics_workspace

Misc

Command List
resume resume last command/query
builtin fzf-lua builtin commands
profiles fzf-lua configuration profiles
helptags help tags
manpages man pages
colorschemes color schemes
awesome_colorschemes Awesome Neovim color schemes
highlights highlight groups
commands neovim commands
command_history command history
search_history search history
marks :marks
jumps :jumps
changes :changes
registers :registers
tagstack :tags
autocmds :autocmd
keymaps key mappings
filetypes filetypes
menus menus
spell_suggest spelling suggestions
packadd :packadd

Neovim API

:help vim.ui.select for more info

Command List
register_ui_select register fzf-lua as the UI interface for vim.ui.select
deregister_ui_select de-register fzf-lua with vim.ui.select

nvim-dap

Requires nvim-dap

Command List
dap_commands list,run nvim-dap builtin commands
dap_configurations list,run debug configurations
dap_breakpoints list,delete breakpoints
dap_variables active session variables
dap_frames active session jump to frame

tmux

Command List
tmux_buffers list tmux paste buffers

Completion Functions

Command List
complete_path complete path under cursor (incl dirs)
complete_file complete file under cursor (excl dirs)
complete_line complete line (all open buffers)
complete_bline complete line (current buffer only)

Customization

ADVANCED CUSTOMIZATION : to create your own fzf-lua commands see Wiki/ADVANCED

Customization can be achieved by calling the setup() function (optional) or individually sending parameters to a builtin command, A few examples below:

Different fzf layout:

:lua require('fzf-lua').files({ fzf_opts = {['--layout'] = 'reverse-list'} })

Using files with a different command and working directory:

:lua require'fzf-lua'.files({ prompt="LS> ", cmd = "ls", cwd="~/<folder>" })

Using live_grep with git grep:

:lua require'fzf-lua'.live_grep({ cmd = "git grep --line-number --column --color=always" })

colorschemes with non-default window size:

:lua require'fzf-lua'.colorschemes({ winopts = { height=0.33, width=0.33 } })

Use setup() If you wish for a setting to persist and not have to send it using the call arguments, e.g:

require('fzf-lua').setup{
  winopts = {
    ...
  }
}

Can also be called from a .vim file:

lua << EOF
require('fzf-lua').setup{
  ...
}
EOF

Profiles

Conveniently, fzf-lua comes with a set of preconfigured profiles, notably:

Profile Details
default fzf-lua defaults, uses neovim "builtin" previewer and devicons (if available) for git/files/buffers
fzf-native utilizes fzf's native previewing ability in the terminal where possible using bat for previews
fzf-tmux similar to fzf-native and opens in a tmux popup (requires tmux > 3.2)
fzf-vim closest to fzf.vim's defaults (+icons), also sets up user commands (:Files, :Rg, etc)
max-perf similar to fzf-native and disables icons globally for max performance
telescope closest match to telescope defaults in look and feel and keybinds
skim uses skim as an fzf alternative, (requires the sk binary)

Use :FzfLua profiles to experiment with the different profiles, once you've found what you like and wish to make the profile persist, send a string argument at the first index of the table sent to the setup function:

require('fzf-lua').setup({'fzf-native'})

Note: setup can be called multiple times for profile "live" switching

You can also start with a profile as "baseline" and customize it, for example, telescope defaults with bat previewer:

:lua require"fzf-lua".setup({"telescope",winopts={preview={default="bat"}}})

Combining of profiles is also available by sending table instead of string as the first argument:

:lua require"fzf-lua".setup({{"telescope","fzf-native"},winopts={fullscreen=true}})

See profiles for more info.

Insert-mode Completion

Fzf-lua comes with a set of completion functions for paths/files and lines from open buffers as well as custom completion, for example, set path/completion using <C-x><C-f>:

inoremap <c-x><c-f> <cmd>lua require("fzf-lua").complete_path()<cr>

Or in all modes using lua:

vim.keymap.set({ "n", "v", "i" }, "<C-x><C-f>",
  function() require("fzf-lua").complete_path() end,
  { silent = true, desc = "Fuzzy complete path" })

Or with a custom command and preview:

vim.keymap.set({ "i" }, "<C-x><C-f>",
  function()
    require("fzf-lua").complete_file({
      cmd = "rg --files",
      winopts = { preview = { hidden = "nohidden" } }
    })
  end, { silent = true, desc = "Fuzzy complete file" })

Note: only complete_file supports a previewer

Custom Completion

Every fzf-lua function can be easily converted to a completion function by sending complete = true in the options:

By default fzf-lua will insert the entry at the cursor location as if you used p to paste the selected entry.

require("fzf-lua").fzf_exec({"foo", "bar"}, {complete = true})

Custom completion is possible using a custom completion callback, the example below will replace the text from the current cursor column with the selected entry:

require("fzf-lua").fzf_exec({"foo", "bar"}, {
  -- @param selected: the selected entry or entries
  -- @param opts: fzf-lua caller/provider options
  -- @param line: originating buffer completed line
  -- @param col: originating cursor column location
  -- @return newline: will replace the current buffer line
  -- @return newcol?: optional, sets the new cursor column
  complete = function(selected, opts, line, col)
    local newline = line:sub(1, col) .. selected[1]
    -- set cursor to EOL, since `nvim_win_set_cursor`
    -- is 0-based we have to lower the col value by 1
    return newline, #newline - 1
  end
})

Default Options

Below is a list of most (still, not all default settings), please also consult the issues if there's something you need and you can't find as there have been many obscure requests which have been fulfilled and are yet to be documented. If you're still having issues and/or questions do not hesitate to open an issue and I'll be more than happy to help.

local actions = require "fzf-lua.actions"
require'fzf-lua'.setup {
  -- fzf_bin         = 'sk',            -- use skim instead of fzf?
                                        -- https://github.com/lotabout/skim
                                        -- can also be set to 'fzf-tmux'
  winopts = {
    -- split         = "belowright new",-- open in a split instead?
                                        -- "belowright new"  : split below
                                        -- "aboveleft new"   : split above
                                        -- "belowright vnew" : split right
                                        -- "aboveleft vnew   : split left
    -- Only valid when using a float window
    -- (i.e. when 'split' is not defined, default)
    height           = 0.85,            -- window height
    width            = 0.80,            -- window width
    row              = 0.35,            -- window row position (0=top, 1=bottom)
    col              = 0.50,            -- window col position (0=left, 1=right)
    -- border argument passthrough to nvim_open_win(), also used
    -- to manually draw the border characters around the preview
    -- window, can be set to 'false' to remove all borders or to
    -- 'none', 'single', 'double', 'thicc' (+cc) or 'rounded' (default)
    border           = { '╭', '─', '╮', '│', '╯', '─', '╰', '│' },
    -- Backdrop opacity, 0 is fully opaque, 100 is fully transparent (i.e. disabled)
    backdrop         = 60,
    -- requires neovim > v0.9.0, passed as is to `nvim_open_win`
    -- can be sent individually to any provider to set the win title
    -- title         = "Title",
    -- title_pos     = "center",    -- 'left', 'center' or 'right'
    fullscreen       = false,           -- start fullscreen?
    preview = {
      -- default     = 'bat',           -- override the default previewer?
                                        -- default uses the 'builtin' previewer
      border         = 'border',        -- border|noborder, applies only to
                                        -- native fzf previewers (bat/cat/git/etc)
      wrap           = 'nowrap',        -- wrap|nowrap
      hidden         = 'nohidden',      -- hidden|nohidden
      vertical       = 'down:45%',      -- up|down:size
      horizontal     = 'right:60%',     -- right|left:size
      layout         = 'flex',          -- horizontal|vertical|flex
      flip_columns   = 120,             -- #cols to switch to horizontal on flex
      -- Only used with the builtin previewer:
      title          = true,            -- preview border title (file/buf)?
      title_pos      = "center",        -- left|center|right, title alignment
      scrollbar      = 'float',         -- `false` or string:'float|border'
                                        -- float:  in-window floating border
                                        -- border: in-border chars (see below)
      scrolloff      = '-2',            -- float scrollbar offset from right
                                        -- applies only when scrollbar = 'float'
      scrollchars    = {'█', '' },      -- scrollbar chars ({ <full>, <empty> }
                                        -- applies only when scrollbar = 'border'
      delay          = 100,             -- delay(ms) displaying the preview
                                        -- prevents lag on fast scrolling
      winopts = {                       -- builtin previewer window options
        number            = true,
        relativenumber    = false,
        cursorline        = true,
        cursorlineopt     = 'both',
        cursorcolumn      = false,
        signcolumn        = 'no',
        list              = false,
        foldenable        = false,
        foldmethod        = 'manual',
      },
    },
    on_create = function()
      -- called once upon creation of the fzf main window
      -- can be used to add custom fzf-lua mappings, e.g:
      --   vim.keymap.set("t", "<C-j>", "<Down>", { silent = true, buffer = true })
    end,
    -- called once _after_ the fzf interface is closed
    -- on_close = function() ... end
  },
  keymap = {
    -- Below are the default binds, setting any value in these tables will override
    -- the defaults, to inherit from the defaults change [1] from `false` to `true`
    builtin = {
      false,          -- do not inherit from defaults
      -- neovim `:tmap` mappings for the fzf win
      ["<F1>"]        = "toggle-help",
      ["<F2>"]        = "toggle-fullscreen",
      -- Only valid with the 'builtin' previewer
      ["<F3>"]        = "toggle-preview-wrap",
      ["<F4>"]        = "toggle-preview",
      -- Rotate preview clockwise/counter-clockwise
      ["<F5>"]        = "toggle-preview-ccw",
      ["<F6>"]        = "toggle-preview-cw",
      ["<S-down>"]    = "preview-page-down",
      ["<S-up>"]      = "preview-page-up",
      ["<S-left>"]    = "preview-page-reset",
    },
    fzf = {
      false,          -- do not inherit from defaults
      -- fzf '--bind=' options
      ["ctrl-z"]      = "abort",
      ["ctrl-u"]      = "unix-line-discard",
      ["ctrl-f"]      = "half-page-down",
      ["ctrl-b"]      = "half-page-up",
      ["ctrl-a"]      = "beginning-of-line",
      ["ctrl-e"]      = "end-of-line",
      ["alt-a"]       = "toggle-all",
      -- Only valid with fzf previewers (bat/cat/git/etc)
      ["f3"]          = "toggle-preview-wrap",
      ["f4"]          = "toggle-preview",
      ["shift-down"]  = "preview-page-down",
      ["shift-up"]    = "preview-page-up",
    },
  },
  actions = {
    -- Below are the default actions, setting any value in these tables will override
    -- the defaults, to inherit from the defaults change [1] from `false` to `true`
    files = {
      false,          -- do not inherit from defaults
      -- providers that inherit these actions:
      --   files, git_files, git_status, grep, lsp
      --   oldfiles, quickfix, loclist, tags, btags
      --   args
      -- default action opens a single selection
      -- or sends multiple selection to quickfix
      -- replace the default action with the below
      -- to open all files whether single or multiple
      -- ["default"]     = actions.file_edit,
      ["default"]     = actions.file_edit_or_qf,
      ["ctrl-s"]      = actions.file_split,
      ["ctrl-v"]      = actions.file_vsplit,
      ["ctrl-t"]      = actions.file_tabedit,
      ["alt-q"]       = actions.file_sel_to_qf,
      ["alt-l"]       = actions.file_sel_to_ll,
    },
    buffers = {
      false,          -- do not inherit from defaults
      -- providers that inherit these actions:
      --   buffers, tabs, lines, blines
      ["default"]     = actions.buf_edit,
      ["ctrl-s"]      = actions.buf_split,
      ["ctrl-v"]      = actions.buf_vsplit,
      ["ctrl-t"]      = actions.buf_tabedit,
    }
  },
  fzf_opts = {
    -- options are sent as `<left>=<right>`
    -- set to `false` to remove a flag
    -- set to `true` for a no-value flag
    -- for raw args use `fzf_args` instead
    ["--ansi"]           = true,
    ["--info"]           = "inline-right", -- fzf < v0.42 = "inline"
    ["--height"]         = "100%",
    ["--layout"]         = "reverse",
    ["--border"]         = "none",
    ["--highlight-line"] = true,           -- fzf >= v0.53
  },
  -- Only used when fzf_bin = "fzf-tmux", by default opens as a
  -- popup 80% width, 80% height (note `-p` requires tmux > 3.2)
  -- and removes the sides margin added by `fzf-tmux` (fzf#3162)
  -- for more options run `fzf-tmux --help`
  fzf_tmux_opts       = { ["-p"] = "80%,80%", ["--margin"] = "0,0" },
  -- 
  -- Set fzf's terminal colorscheme (optional)
  --
  -- Set to `true` to automatically generate an fzf's colorscheme from
  -- Neovim's current colorscheme:
  -- fzf_colors       = true,
  -- 
  -- Building a custom colorscheme, has the below specifications:
  -- If rhs is of type "string" rhs will be passed raw, e.g.:
  --   `["fg"] = "underline"` will be translated to `--color fg:underline`
  -- If rhs is of type "table", the following convention is used:
  --   [1] "what" field to extract from the hlgroup, i.e "fg", "bg", etc.
  --   [2] Neovim highlight group(s), can be either "string" or "table"
  --       when type is "table" the first existing highlight group is used
  --   [3+] any additional fields are passed raw to fzf's command line args
  -- Example of a "fully loaded" color option:
  --   `["fg"] = { "fg", { "NonExistentHl", "Comment" }, "underline", "bold" }`
  -- Assuming `Comment.fg=#010101` the resulting fzf command line will be:
  --   `--color fg:#010101:underline:bold`
  -- NOTE: to pass raw arguments `fzf_opts["--color"]` or `fzf_args`
  --[[ fzf_colors = {
      ["fg"]          = { "fg", "CursorLine" },
      ["bg"]          = { "bg", "Normal" },
      ["hl"]          = { "fg", "Comment" },
      ["fg+"]         = { "fg", "Normal" },
      ["bg+"]         = { "bg", "CursorLine" },
      ["hl+"]         = { "fg", "Statement" },
      ["info"]        = { "fg", "PreProc" },
      ["prompt"]      = { "fg", "Conditional" },
      ["pointer"]     = { "fg", "Exception" },
      ["marker"]      = { "fg", "Keyword" },
      ["spinner"]     = { "fg", "Label" },
      ["header"]      = { "fg", "Comment" },
      ["gutter"]      = "-1",
  }, ]]
  previewers = {
    cat = {
      cmd             = "cat",
      args            = "-n",
    },
    bat = {
      cmd             = "bat",
      args            = "--color=always --style=numbers,changes",
      -- uncomment to set a bat theme, `bat --list-themes`
      -- theme           = 'Coldark-Dark',
    },
    head = {
      cmd             = "head",
      args            = nil,
    },
    git_diff = {
      -- if required, use `{file}` for argument positioning
      -- e.g. `cmd_modified = "git diff --color HEAD {file} | cut -c -30"`
      cmd_deleted     = "git diff --color HEAD --",
      cmd_modified    = "git diff --color HEAD",
      cmd_untracked   = "git diff --color --no-index /dev/null",
      -- git-delta is automatically detected as pager, set `pager=false`
      -- to disable, can also be set under 'git.status.preview_pager'
    },
    man = {
      -- NOTE: remove the `-c` flag when using man-db
      -- replace with `man -P cat %s | col -bx` on OSX
      cmd             = "man -c %s | col -bx",
    },
    builtin = {
      syntax          = true,         -- preview syntax highlight?
      syntax_limit_l  = 0,            -- syntax limit (lines), 0=nolimit
      syntax_limit_b  = 1024*1024,    -- syntax limit (bytes), 0=nolimit
      limit_b         = 1024*1024*10, -- preview limit (bytes), 0=nolimit
      -- previewer treesitter options:
      -- enable specific filetypes with: `{ enable = { "lua" } }
      -- exclude specific filetypes with: `{ disable = { "lua" } }
      -- disable fully with: `{ enable = false }`
      treesitter      = { enable = true, disable = {} },
      -- By default, the main window dimensions are calculated as if the
      -- preview is visible, when hidden the main window will extend to
      -- full size. Set the below to "extend" to prevent the main window
      -- from being modified when toggling the preview.
      toggle_behavior = "default",
      -- Title transform function, by default only displays the tail
      -- title_fnamemodify = function(s) vim.fn.fnamemodify(s, ":t") end,
      -- preview extensions using a custom shell command:
      -- for example, use `viu` for image previews
      -- will do nothing if `viu` isn't executable
      extensions      = {
        -- neovim terminal only supports `viu` block output
        ["png"]       = { "viu", "-b" },
        -- by default the filename is added as last argument
        -- if required, use `{file}` for argument positioning
        ["svg"]       = { "chafa", "{file}" },
        ["jpg"]       = { "ueberzug" },
      },
      -- if using `ueberzug` in the above extensions map
      -- set the default image scaler, possible scalers:
      --   false (none), "crop", "distort", "fit_contain",
      --   "contain", "forced_cover", "cover"
      -- https://github.com/seebye/ueberzug
      ueberzug_scaler = "cover",
      -- Custom filetype autocmds aren't triggered on
      -- the preview buffer, define them here instead
      -- ext_ft_override = { ["ksql"] = "sql", ... },
    },
    -- Code Action previewers, default is "codeaction" (set via `lsp.code_actions.previewer`)
    -- "codeaction_native" uses fzf's native previewer, recommended when combined with git-delta
    codeaction = {
      -- options for vim.diff(): https://neovim.io/doc/user/lua.html#vim.diff()
      diff_opts = { ctxlen = 3 },
    },
    codeaction_native = {
      diff_opts = { ctxlen = 3 },
      -- git-delta is automatically detected as pager, set `pager=false`
      -- to disable, can also be set under 'lsp.code_actions.preview_pager'
      -- recommended styling for delta
      --pager = [[delta --width=$COLUMNS --hunk-header-style="omit" --file-style="omit"]],
    },
  },
  -- PROVIDERS SETUP
  -- use `defaults` (table or function) if you wish to set "global-provider" defaults
  -- for example, disabling file icons globally and open the quickfix list at the top
  --   defaults = {
  --     file_icons   = false,
  --     copen        = "topleft copen",
  --   },
  files = {
    -- previewer      = "bat",          -- uncomment to override previewer
                                        -- (name from 'previewers' table)
                                        -- set to 'false' to disable
    prompt            = 'Files❯ ',
    multiprocess      = true,           -- run command in a separate process
    git_icons         = true,           -- show git icons?
    file_icons        = true,           -- show file icons?
    color_icons       = true,           -- colorize file|git icons
    -- path_shorten   = 1,              -- 'true' or number, shorten path?
    -- Uncomment for custom vscode-like formatter where the filename is first:
    -- e.g. "fzf-lua/previewer/fzf.lua" => "fzf.lua previewer/fzf-lua"
    -- formatter      = "path.filename_first",
    -- executed command priority is 'cmd' (if exists)
    -- otherwise auto-detect prioritizes `fd`:`rg`:`find`
    -- default options are controlled by 'fd|rg|find|_opts'
    -- NOTE: 'find -printf' requires GNU find
    -- cmd            = "find . -type f -printf '%P\n'",
    find_opts         = [[-type f -not -path '*/\.git/*' -printf '%P\n']],
    rg_opts           = [[--color=never --files --hidden --follow -g "!.git"]],
    fd_opts           = [[--color=never --type f --hidden --follow --exclude .git]],
    -- by default, cwd appears in the header only if {opts} contain a cwd
    -- parameter to a different folder than the current working directory
    -- uncomment if you wish to force display of the cwd as part of the
    -- query prompt string (fzf.vim style), header line or both
    -- cwd_header = true,
    cwd_prompt             = true,
    cwd_prompt_shorten_len = 32,        -- shorten prompt beyond this length
    cwd_prompt_shorten_val = 1,         -- shortened path parts length
    toggle_ignore_flag = "--no-ignore", -- flag toggled in `actions.toggle_ignore`
    toggle_hidden_flag = "--hidden",    -- flag toggled in `actions.toggle_hidden`
    actions = {
      -- inherits from 'actions.files', here we can override
      -- or set bind to 'false' to disable a default action
      -- action to toggle `--no-ignore`, requires fd or rg installed
      ["ctrl-g"]         = { actions.toggle_ignore },
      -- uncomment to override `actions.file_edit_or_qf`
      --   ["default"]   = actions.file_edit,
      -- custom actions are available too
      --   ["ctrl-y"]    = function(selected) print(selected[1]) end,
    }
  },
  git = {
    files = {
      prompt        = 'GitFiles❯ ',
      cmd           = 'git ls-files --exclude-standard',
      multiprocess  = true,           -- run command in a separate process
      git_icons     = true,           -- show git icons?
      file_icons    = true,           -- show file icons?
      color_icons   = true,           -- colorize file|git icons
      -- force display the cwd header line regardless of your current working
      -- directory can also be used to hide the header when not wanted
      -- cwd_header = true
    },
    status = {
      prompt        = 'GitStatus❯ ',
      cmd           = "git -c color.status=false --no-optional-locks status --porcelain=v1 -u",
      multiprocess  = true,           -- run command in a separate process
      file_icons    = true,
      git_icons     = true,
      color_icons   = true,
      previewer     = "git_diff",
      -- git-delta is automatically detected as pager, uncomment to disable
      -- preview_pager = false,
      actions = {
        -- actions inherit from 'actions.files' and merge
        ["right"]  = { fn = actions.git_unstage, reload = true },
        ["left"]   = { fn = actions.git_stage, reload = true },
        ["ctrl-x"] = { fn = actions.git_reset, reload = true },
      },
      -- If you wish to use a single stage|unstage toggle instead
      -- using 'ctrl-s' modify the 'actions' table as shown below
      -- actions = {
      --   ["right"]   = false,
      --   ["left"]    = false,
      --   ["ctrl-x"]  = { fn = actions.git_reset, reload = true },
      --   ["ctrl-s"]  = { fn = actions.git_stage_unstage, reload = true },
      -- },
    },
    commits = {
      prompt        = 'Commits❯ ',
      cmd           = [[git log --color --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%Creset ]]
          .. [[%Cgreen(%><(12)%cr%><|(12))%Creset %s %C(blue)<%an>%Creset"]],
      preview       = "git show --color {1}",
      -- git-delta is automatically detected as pager, uncomment to disable
      -- preview_pager = false,
      actions = {
        ["default"] = actions.git_checkout,
        -- remove `exec_silent` or set to `false` to exit after yank
        ["ctrl-y"]  = { fn = actions.git_yank_commit, exec_silent = true },
      },
    },
    bcommits = {
      prompt        = 'BCommits❯ ',
      -- default preview shows a git diff vs the previous commit
      -- if you prefer to see the entire commit you can use:
      --   git show --color {1} --rotate-to={file}
      --   {1}    : commit SHA (fzf field index expression)
      --   {file} : filepath placement within the commands
      cmd           = [[git log --color --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%Creset ]]
          .. [[%Cgreen(%><(12)%cr%><|(12))%Creset %s %C(blue)<%an>%Creset" {file}]],
      preview       = "git show --color {1} -- {file}",
      -- git-delta is automatically detected as pager, uncomment to disable
      -- preview_pager = false,
      actions = {
        ["default"] = actions.git_buf_edit,
        ["ctrl-s"]  = actions.git_buf_split,
        ["ctrl-v"]  = actions.git_buf_vsplit,
        ["ctrl-t"]  = actions.git_buf_tabedit,
        ["ctrl-y"]  = { fn = actions.git_yank_commit, exec_silent = true },
      },
    },
    branches = {
      prompt   = 'Branches❯ ',
      cmd      = "git branch --all --color",
      preview  = "git log --graph --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --color {1}",
      actions  = {
        ["default"] = actions.git_switch,
        ["ctrl-x"]  = { fn = actions.git_branch_del, reload = true },
        ["ctrl-a"]  = { fn = actions.git_branch_add, field_index = "{q}", reload = true },
      },
      -- If you wish to add branch and switch immediately
      -- cmd_add  = { "git", "checkout", "-b" },
      cmd_add  = { "git", "branch" },
      -- If you wish to delete unmerged branches add "--force"
      -- cmd_del  = { "git", "branch", "--delete", "--force" },
      cmd_del  = { "git", "branch", "--delete" },
    },
    tags = {
      prompt   = "Tags> ",
      cmd      = [[git for-each-ref --color --sort="-taggerdate" --format ]]
          .. [["%(color:yellow)%(refname:short)%(color:reset) ]]
          .. [[%(color:green)(%(taggerdate:relative))%(color:reset)]]
          .. [[ %(subject) %(color:blue)%(taggername)%(color:reset)" refs/tags]],
      preview  = [[git log --graph --color --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%Creset ]]
          .. [[%Cgreen(%><(12)%cr%><|(12))%Creset %s %C(blue)<%an>%Creset" {1}]],
      actions  = { ["default"] = actions.git_checkout },
    },
    stash = {
      prompt          = 'Stash> ',
      cmd             = "git --no-pager stash list",
      preview         = "git --no-pager stash show --patch --color {1}",
      actions = {
        ["default"]   = actions.git_stash_apply,
        ["ctrl-x"]    = { fn = actions.git_stash_drop, reload = true },
      },
    },
    icons = {
      ["M"]           = { icon = "M", color = "yellow" },
      ["D"]           = { icon = "D", color = "red" },
      ["A"]           = { icon = "A", color = "green" },
      ["R"]           = { icon = "R", color = "yellow" },
      ["C"]           = { icon = "C", color = "yellow" },
      ["T"]           = { icon = "T", color = "magenta" },
      ["?"]           = { icon = "?", color = "magenta" },
      -- override git icons?
      -- ["M"]        = { icon = "★", color = "red" },
      -- ["D"]        = { icon = "✗", color = "red" },
      -- ["A"]        = { icon = "+", color = "green" },
    },
  },
  grep = {
    prompt            = 'Rg❯ ',
    input_prompt      = 'Grep For❯ ',
    multiprocess      = true,           -- run command in a separate process
    git_icons         = true,           -- show git icons?
    file_icons        = true,           -- show file icons?
    color_icons       = true,           -- colorize file|git icons
    -- executed command priority is 'cmd' (if exists)
    -- otherwise auto-detect prioritizes `rg` over `grep`
    -- default options are controlled by 'rg|grep_opts'
    -- cmd            = "rg --vimgrep",
    grep_opts         = "--binary-files=without-match --line-number --recursive --color=auto --perl-regexp -e",
    rg_opts           = "--column --line-number --no-heading --color=always --smart-case --max-columns=4096 -e",
    -- Uncomment to use the rg config file `$RIPGREP_CONFIG_PATH`
    -- RIPGREP_CONFIG_PATH = vim.env.RIPGREP_CONFIG_PATH
    --
    -- Set to 'true' to always parse globs in both 'grep' and 'live_grep'
    -- search strings will be split using the 'glob_separator' and translated
    -- to '--iglob=' arguments, requires 'rg'
    -- can still be used when 'false' by calling 'live_grep_glob' directly
    rg_glob           = false,        -- default to glob parsing?
    glob_flag         = "--iglob",    -- for case sensitive globs use '--glob'
    glob_separator    = "%s%-%-",     -- query separator pattern (lua): ' --'
    -- advanced usage: for custom argument parsing define
    -- 'rg_glob_fn' to return a pair:
    --   first returned argument is the new search query
    --   second returned argument are additional rg flags
    -- rg_glob_fn = function(query, opts)
    --   ...
    --   return new_query, flags
    -- end,
    --
    -- Enable with narrow term width, split results to multiple lines
    -- NOTE: multiline requires fzf >= v0.53 and is ignored otherwise
    -- multiline      = 1,      -- Display as: PATH:LINE:COL\nTEXT
    -- multiline      = 2,      -- Display as: PATH:LINE:COL\nTEXT\n
    actions = {
      -- actions inherit from 'actions.files' and merge
      -- this action toggles between 'grep' and 'live_grep'
      ["ctrl-g"]      = { actions.grep_lgrep }
      -- uncomment to enable '.gitignore' toggle for grep
      -- ["ctrl-r"]   = { actions.toggle_ignore }
    },
    no_header             = false,    -- hide grep|cwd header?
    no_header_i           = false,    -- hide interactive header?
  },
  args = {
    prompt            = 'Args❯ ',
    files_only        = true,
    -- actions inherit from 'actions.files' and merge
    actions           = { ["ctrl-x"] = { fn = actions.arg_del, reload = true } },
  },
  oldfiles = {
    prompt            = 'History❯ ',
    cwd_only          = false,
    stat_file         = true,         -- verify files exist on disk
    -- can also be a lua function, for example:
    -- stat_file = require("fzf-lua").utils.file_is_readable,
    -- stat_file = function() return true end,
    include_current_session = false,  -- include bufs from current session
  },
  buffers = {
    prompt            = 'Buffers❯ ',
    file_icons        = true,         -- show file icons?
    color_icons       = true,         -- colorize file|git icons
    sort_lastused     = true,         -- sort buffers() by last used
    show_unloaded     = true,         -- show unloaded buffers
    cwd_only          = false,        -- buffers for the cwd only
    cwd               = nil,          -- buffers list for a given dir
    actions = {
      -- actions inherit from 'actions.buffers' and merge
      -- by supplying a table of functions we're telling
      -- fzf-lua to not close the fzf window, this way we
      -- can resume the buffers picker on the same window
      -- eliminating an otherwise unaesthetic win "flash"
      ["ctrl-x"]      = { fn = actions.buf_del, reload = true },
    }
  },
  tabs = {
    prompt            = 'Tabs❯ ',
    tab_title         = "Tab",
    tab_marker        = "<<",
    file_icons        = true,         -- show file icons?
    color_icons       = true,         -- colorize file|git icons
    actions = {
      -- actions inherit from 'actions.buffers' and merge
      ["default"]     = actions.buf_switch,
      ["ctrl-x"]      = { fn = actions.buf_del, reload = true },
    },
    fzf_opts = {
      -- hide tabnr
      ["--delimiter"] = "[\\):]",
      ["--with-nth"]  = '2..',
    },
  },
  lines = {
    previewer         = "builtin",    -- set to 'false' to disable
    prompt            = 'Lines❯ ',
    show_unloaded     = true,         -- show unloaded buffers
    show_unlisted     = false,        -- exclude 'help' buffers
    no_term_buffers   = true,         -- exclude 'term' buffers
    fzf_opts = {
      -- do not include bufnr in fuzzy matching
      -- tiebreak by line no.
      ["--delimiter"] = "[\\]:]",
      ["--nth"]       = '2..',
      ["--tiebreak"]  = 'index',
      ["--tabstop"]   = "1",
    },
    -- actions inherit from 'actions.buffers' and merge
    actions = {
      ["default"]     = actions.buf_edit_or_qf,
      ["alt-q"]       = actions.buf_sel_to_qf,
      ["alt-l"]       = actions.buf_sel_to_ll
    },
  },
  blines = {
    previewer         = "builtin",    -- set to 'false' to disable
    prompt            = 'BLines❯ ',
    show_unlisted     = true,         -- include 'help' buffers
    no_term_buffers   = false,        -- include 'term' buffers
    -- start          = "cursor"      -- start display from cursor?
    fzf_opts = {
      -- hide filename, tiebreak by line no.
      ["--delimiter"] = "[:]",
      ["--with-nth"]  = '2..',
      ["--tiebreak"]  = 'index',
      ["--tabstop"]   = "1",
    },
    -- actions inherit from 'actions.buffers' and merge
    actions = {
      ["default"]     = actions.buf_edit_or_qf,
      ["alt-q"]       = actions.buf_sel_to_qf,
      ["alt-l"]       = actions.buf_sel_to_ll
    },
  },
  tags = {
    prompt                = 'Tags❯ ',
    ctags_file            = nil,      -- auto-detect from tags-option
    multiprocess          = true,
    file_icons            = true,
    git_icons             = true,
    color_icons           = true,
    -- 'tags_live_grep' options, `rg` prioritizes over `grep`
    rg_opts               = "--no-heading --color=always --smart-case",
    grep_opts             = "--color=auto --perl-regexp",
    fzf_opts              = { ["--tiebreak"] = "begin" },
    actions = {
      -- actions inherit from 'actions.files' and merge
      -- this action toggles between 'grep' and 'live_grep'
      ["ctrl-g"]          = { actions.grep_lgrep }
    },
    no_header             = false,    -- hide grep|cwd header?
    no_header_i           = false,    -- hide interactive header?
  },
  btags = {
    prompt                = 'BTags❯ ',
    ctags_file            = nil,      -- auto-detect from tags-option
    ctags_autogen         = true,     -- dynamically generate ctags each call
    multiprocess          = true,
    file_icons            = false,
    git_icons             = false,
    rg_opts               = "--color=never --no-heading",
    grep_opts             = "--color=never --perl-regexp",
    fzf_opts              = { ["--tiebreak"] = "begin" },
    -- actions inherit from 'actions.files'
  },
  colorschemes = {
    prompt            = 'Colorschemes❯ ',
    live_preview      = true,       -- apply the colorscheme on preview?
    actions           = { ["default"] = actions.colorscheme },
    winopts           = { height = 0.55, width = 0.30, },
    -- uncomment to ignore colorschemes names (lua patterns)
    -- ignore_patterns   = { "^delek$", "^blue$" },
    -- uncomment to execute a callback on preview|close
    -- e.g. a call to reset statusline highlights
    -- cb_preview        = function() ... end,
    -- cb_exit           = function() ... end,
  },
  awesome_colorschemes = {
    prompt            = 'Colorschemes❯ ',
    live_preview      = true,       -- apply the colorscheme on preview?
    max_threads       = 5,          -- max download/update threads
    winopts           = { row = 0, col = 0.99, width = 0.50 },
    fzf_opts          = {
      ["--multi"]     = true,
      ["--delimiter"] = "[:]",
      ["--with-nth"]  = "3..",
      ["--tiebreak"]  = "index",
    },
    actions           = {
      ["default"] = actions.colorscheme,
      ["ctrl-g"]  = { fn = actions.toggle_bg, exec_silent = true },
      ["ctrl-r"]  = { fn = actions.cs_update, reload = true },
      ["ctrl-x"]  = { fn = actions.cs_delete, reload = true },
    },
    -- uncomment to execute a callback on preview|close
    -- cb_preview        = function() ... end,
    -- cb_exit           = function() ... end,
  },
  keymaps = {
    prompt            = "Keymaps> ",
    winopts           = { preview = { layout = "vertical" } },
    fzf_opts          = { ["--tiebreak"] = "index", },
    -- by default, we ignore <Plug> and <SNR> mappings
    -- set `ignore_patterns = false` to disable filtering
    ignore_patterns   = { "^<SNR>", "^<Plug>" },
    actions           = {
      ["default"]     = actions.keymap_apply,
      ["ctrl-s"]      = actions.keymap_split,
      ["ctrl-v"]      = actions.keymap_vsplit,
      ["ctrl-t"]      = actions.keymap_tabedit,
    },
  },
  quickfix = {
    file_icons        = true,
    git_icons         = true,
    only_valid        = false, -- select among only the valid quickfix entries
  },
  quickfix_stack = {
    prompt = "Quickfix Stack> ",
    marker = ">",                   -- current list marker
  },
  lsp = {
    prompt_postfix    = '❯ ',       -- will be appended to the LSP label
                                    -- to override use 'prompt' instead
    cwd_only          = false,      -- LSP/diagnostics for cwd only?
    async_or_timeout  = 5000,       -- timeout(ms) or 'true' for async calls
    file_icons        = true,
    git_icons         = false,
    -- The equivalent of using `includeDeclaration` in lsp buf calls, e.g:
    -- :lua vim.lsp.buf.references({includeDeclaration = false})
    includeDeclaration = true,      -- include current declaration in LSP context
    -- settings for 'lsp_{document|workspace|lsp_live_workspace}_symbols'
    symbols = {
        async_or_timeout  = true,       -- symbols are async by default
        symbol_style      = 1,          -- style for document/workspace symbols
                                        -- false: disable,    1: icon+kind
                                        --     2: icon only,  3: kind only
                                        -- NOTE: icons are extracted from
                                        -- vim.lsp.protocol.CompletionItemKind
        -- icons for symbol kind
        -- see https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification/#symbolKind
        -- see https://github.com/neovim/neovim/blob/829d92eca3d72a701adc6e6aa17ccd9fe2082479/runtime/lua/vim/lsp/protocol.lua#L117
        symbol_icons     = {
          File          = "󰈙",
          Module        = "",
          Namespace     = "󰦮",
          Package       = "",
          Class         = "󰆧",
          Method        = "󰊕",
          Property      = "",
          Field         = "",
          Constructor   = "",
          Enum          = "",
          Interface     = "",
          Function      = "󰊕",
          Variable      = "󰀫",
          Constant      = "󰏿",
          String        = "",
          Number        = "󰎠",
          Boolean       = "󰨙",
          Array         = "󱡠",
          Object        = "",
          Key           = "󰌋",
          Null          = "󰟢",
          EnumMember    = "",
          Struct        = "󰆼",
          Event         = "",
          Operator      = "󰆕",
          TypeParameter = "󰗴",
        },
        -- colorize using Treesitter '@' highlight groups ("@function", etc).
        -- or 'false' to disable highlighting
        symbol_hl         = function(s) return "@" .. s:lower() end,
        -- additional symbol formatting, works with or without style
        symbol_fmt        = function(s, opts) return "[" .. s .. "]" end,
        -- prefix child symbols. set to any string or `false` to disable
        child_prefix      = true,
        fzf_opts          = { ["--tiebreak"] = "begin" },
    },
    code_actions = {
        prompt            = 'Code Actions> ',
        async_or_timeout  = 5000,
        -- when git-delta is installed use "codeaction_native" for beautiful diffs
        -- try it out with `:FzfLua lsp_code_actions previewer=codeaction_native`
        -- scroll up to `previewers.codeaction{_native}` for more previewer options
        previewer        = "codeaction",
    },
    finder = {
        prompt      = "LSP Finder> ",
        file_icons  = true,
        color_icons = true,
        git_icons   = false,
        async       = true,         -- async by default
        silent      = true,         -- suppress "not found" 
        separator   = "| ",         -- separator after provider prefix, `false` to disable
        includeDeclaration = true,  -- include current declaration in LSP context
        -- by default display all LSP locations
        -- to customize, duplicate table and delete unwanted providers
        providers   = {
            { "references",      prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.blue("ref ") },
            { "definitions",     prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.green("def ") },
            { "declarations",    prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.magenta("decl") },
            { "typedefs",        prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.red("tdef") },
            { "implementations", prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.green("impl") },
            { "incoming_calls",  prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.cyan("in  ") },
            { "outgoing_calls",  prefix = require("fzf-lua").utils.ansi_codes.yellow("out ") },
        },
    }
  },
  diagnostics ={
    prompt            = 'Diagnostics❯ ',
    cwd_only          = false,
    file_icons        = true,
    git_icons         = false,
    diag_icons        = true,
    diag_source       = true,   -- display diag source (e.g. [pycodestyle])
    icon_padding      = '',     -- add padding for wide diagnostics signs
    multiline         = true,   -- concatenate multi-line diags into a single line
                                -- set to `false` to display the first line only
    -- by default icons and highlights are extracted from 'DiagnosticSignXXX'
    -- and highlighted by a highlight group of the same name (which is usually
    -- set by your colorscheme, for more info see:
    --   :help DiagnosticSignHint'
    --   :help hl-DiagnosticSignHint'
    -- only uncomment below if you wish to override the signs/highlights
    -- define only text, texthl or both (':help sign_define()' for more info)
    -- signs = {
    --   ["Error"] = { text = "", texthl = "DiagnosticError" },
    --   ["Warn"]  = { text = "", texthl = "DiagnosticWarn" },
    --   ["Info"]  = { text = "", texthl = "DiagnosticInfo" },
    --   ["Hint"]  = { text = "󰌵", texthl = "DiagnosticHint" },
    -- },
    -- limit to specific severity, use either a string or num:
    --   1 or "hint"
    --   2 or "information"
    --   3 or "warning"
    --   4 or "error"
    -- severity_only:   keep any matching exact severity
    -- severity_limit:  keep any equal or more severe (lower)
    -- severity_bound:  keep any equal or less severe (higher)
  },
  marks = {
    marks = "", -- filter vim marks with a lua pattern
    -- for example if you want to only show user defined marks
    -- you would set this option as %a this would match characters from [A-Za-z]
    -- or if you want to show only numbers you would set the pattern to %d (0-9).
  },
  complete_path = {
    cmd          = nil, -- default: auto detect fd|rg|find
    complete     = { ["default"] = actions.complete },
  },
  complete_file = {
    cmd          = nil, -- default: auto detect rg|fd|find
    file_icons   = true,
    color_icons  = true,
    git_icons    = false,
    -- actions inherit from 'actions.files' and merge
    actions      = { ["default"] = actions.complete },
    -- previewer hidden by default
    winopts      = { preview = { hidden = "hidden" } },
  },
  -- uncomment to use fzf native previewers
  -- (instead of using a neovim floating window)
  -- manpages = { previewer = "man_native" },
  -- helptags = { previewer = "help_native" },
  -- 
  -- padding can help kitty term users with double-width icon rendering
  file_icon_padding = '',
  -- uncomment if your terminal/font does not support unicode character
  -- 'EN SPACE' (U+2002), the below sets it to 'NBSP' (U+00A0) instead
  -- nbsp = '\xc2\xa0',
}

Highlights

FzfLua conveniently creates the below highlights, each hlgroup can be temporarily overridden by its corresponding winopts option:

Highlight Group Default Override Via Notes
FzfLuaNormal Normal hls.normal Main win fg/bg
FzfLuaBorder Normal hls.border Main win border
FzfLuaTitle FzfLuaNormal hls.title Main win title
FzfLuaBackdrop *bg=Black hls.backdrop Backdrop color
FzfLuaPreviewNormal FzfLuaNormal hls.preview_normal Builtin preview fg/bg
FzfLuaPreviewBorder FzfLuaBorder hls.preview_border Builtin preview border
FzfLuaPreviewTitle FzfLuaTitle hls.preview_title Builtin preview title
FzfLuaCursor Cursor hls.cursor Builtin preview Cursor
FzfLuaCursorLine CursorLine hls.cursorline Builtin preview Cursorline
FzfLuaCursorLineNr CursorLineNr hls.cursorlinenr Builtin preview CursorLineNr
FzfLuaSearch IncSearch hls.search Builtin preview search matches
FzfLuaScrollBorderEmpty FzfLuaBorder hls.scrollborder_e Builtin preview border scroll empty
FzfLuaScrollBorderFull FzfLuaBorder hls.scrollborder_f Builtin preview border scroll full
FzfLuaScrollFloatEmpty PmenuSbar hls.scrollfloat_e Builtin preview float scroll empty
FzfLuaScrollFloatFull PmenuThumb hls.scrollfloat_f Builtin preview float scroll full
FzfLuaHelpNormal FzfLuaNormal hls.help_normal Help win fg/bg
FzfLuaHelpBorder FzfLuaBorder hls.help_border Help win border
FzfLuaHeaderBind *BlanchedAlmond hls.header_bind Header keybind
FzfLuaHeaderText *Brown1 hls.header_text Header text
FzfLuaPathColNr *CadetBlue1 hls.path_colnr Path col nr (lines,qf,lsp,diag)
FzfLuaPathLineNr *LightGreen hls.path_linenr Path line nr (lines,qf,lsp,diag)
FzfLuaBufName *LightMagenta hls.buf_name Buffer name (lines)
FzfLuaBufNr *BlanchedAlmond hls.buf_nr Buffer number (all buffers)
FzfLuaBufFlagCur *Brown1 hls.buf_flag_cur Buffer line (buffers)
FzfLuaBufFlagAlt *CadetBlue1 hls.buf_flag_alt Buffer line (buffers)
FzfLuaTabTitle *LightSkyBlue1 hls.tab_title Tab title (tabs)
FzfLuaTabMarker *BlanchedAlmond hls.tab_marker Tab marker (tabs)
FzfLuaDirIcon Directory hls.dir_icon Paths directory icon
FzfLuaDirPart Comment hls.dir_part Path formatters directory hl group
FzfLuaFilePart @none hls.file_part Path formatters file hl group
FzfLuaLiveSym *Brown1 hls.live_sym LSP live symbols query match
FzfLuaFzfNormal FzfLuaNormal fzf.normal fzf's fg|bg
FzfLuaFzfCursorLine FzfLuaCursorLine fzf.cursorline fzf's fg+|bg+
FzfLuaFzfMatch Special fzf.match fzf's hl+
FzfLuaFzfBorder FzfLuaBorder fzf.border fzf's border
FzfLuaFzfScrollbar FzfLuaFzfBorder fzf.scrollbar fzf's scrollbar
FzfLuaFzfSeparator FzfLuaFzfBorder fzf.separator fzf's separator
FzfLuaFzfGutter FzfLuaNormal fzf.gutter fzf's gutter (hl bg is used)
FzfLuaFzfHeader FzfLuaTitle fzf.header fzf's header
FzfLuaFzfInfo NonText fzf.info fzf's info
FzfLuaFzfPointer Special fzf.pointer fzf's pointer
FzfLuaFzfMarker FzfLuaFzfPointer fzf.marker fzf's marker
FzfLuaFzfSpinner FzfLuaFzfPointer fzf.spinner fzf's spinner
FzfLuaFzfPrompt Special fzf.prompt fzf's prompt
FzfLuaFzfQuery FzfLuaNormal fzf.query fzf's header

*Not a highlight group, RGB color from nvim_get_color_map

These can be easily customized either via the lua API:

:lua vim.api.nvim_set_hl(0, "FzfLuaBorder", { link = "FloatBorder" })

Or vimscript:

:hi! link FzfLuaBorder FloatBorder

If you wish to override a highlight without having to modify your colorscheme highlights, set the corresponding hls override or specify it directly via a call argument.

Temporary highlight override:

:lua require'fzf-lua'.files({ hls={preview_title="IncSearch"} })

Permanent global override via setup:

require('fzf-lua').setup {
  hls = { border = "FloatBorder" }
}

Fzf Colors

Fzf's terminal colors are controlled by fzf's --color flag which can be configured during setup via fzf_colors.

Set to true to have fzf-lua automatically generate an fzf colorscheme from your current Neovim colorscheme:

require("fzf-lua").setup({ fzf_colors = true })
-- Or in the direct call options
:lua require("fzf-lua").files({ fzf_colors = true })
:FzfLua files fzf_colors=true

Customizing the fzf colorscheme (see man fzf for all color options):

require('fzf-lua').setup {
  fzf_colors = {
    -- First existing highlight group will be used
    -- values in 3rd+ index will be passed raw
    -- i.e:  `--color fg+:#010101:bold:underline`
    ["fg+"] = { "fg" , { "Comment", "Normal" }, "bold", "underline" },
    -- It is also possible to pass raw values directly
    ["gutter"] = "-1"
  }
}

Conveniently, fzf-lua can also be configured using fzf.vim's g:fzf_colors, i.e:

-- Similarly, first existing highlight group will be used
:lua vim.g.fzf_colors = { ["gutter"] = { "bg", "DoesNotExist", "IncSearch" } }

However, the above doesn't allow combining both neovim highlights and raw args, if you're only using fzf-lua we can hijack g:fzf_colors to accept fzf-lua style values (i.e. table at 2nd index and 3rd+ raw args):

:lua vim.g.fzf_colors = { ["fg+"] = { "fg", { "ErrorMsg" }, "bold", "underline" } }

Credits

Big thank you to all those I borrowed code/ideas from, I read so many configs and plugin codes that I probably forgot where I found some samples from so if I missed your name feel free to contact me and I'll add it below: