Created a simple script to fuzzy search through my shell's history using fzf and then insert it into the terminal using xdotool

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  • zsh-autosuggestions

    Fish-like autosuggestions for zsh

  • fzf

    :cherry_blossom: A command-line fuzzy finder

    [[ -e "/usr/share/fzf/key-bindings.zsh" ]] \ && source "/usr/share/fzf/key-bindings.zsh" ``` Or use find or fd to search where on your system the file is and source it. If you do not have the key-bindings.zsh file on your system, you can get it from and put it anywhere you like, then source it from there.

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  • mcfly

    Fly through your shell history. Great Scott!

    What I can recommend is you try out mcfly -

  • fzf-tab

    Replace zsh's default completion selection menu with fzf!

    If you're using zsh, fzf-tab (Aloxaf/fzf-tab) is a game-changer

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