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Tab used to run an ls locally and in ssh sessions to offer suggestions, but this no longer works. It worked on my old Intel Mac, but now no longer works on my M1 MacBook.

I've tried adding some plugins to get it to work but none of them are working correctly. Plugin added was zsh-autosuggestions.

Example:
Typing something like cd and then hitting Tab would show a list of the directories under the current one for selection. Tab would also auto-complete based on history.

How can I get this to work again?

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  • What shell are you using and what changes have you made to its configuration? Feb 26 at 17:06
  • sorry, this is Iterm2. I've edited the post. I've made no changes except colours.
    – SirCameron
    Feb 26 at 20:27
  • ITerm2 has nothing to do with this, this is purely a matter of the shell you are running within iTerm2? What does echo $0 say?
    – nohillside
    Feb 26 at 20:53
  • and that one plugin, but that didn't help.
    – SirCameron
    Feb 26 at 20:53
  • @nohillside it's zsh
    – SirCameron
    Feb 26 at 20:53

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Remove the custom configuration that was added. On macOS, zsh supports tab completion by default.

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