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Fish-like autosuggestions for zsh
Might be an overkill to recommend you a plugin, but you could use zsh-autosuggestions.
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Are you saying what you want is to be able to type ls then hit up to search only for previous times you've ran ls ...? Maybe try ctrl+r then start typing the command to search for like ls. Pressing ctrl-r again will go to the next found result. Works even better in conjunction with fzf.
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Yeah second this ^ its exactly what OP is asking for. Combine with auto-complete plugin and you can find any command youve typed before easily
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