There is a "strange" autocomplete function in my macbook.
If I try to type "
ps -aux" in terminal (iTerm or TotalTerminal)
with the hit of "s" in ps, automatically this happens:
"ps -p $$ # Tells the shell what you are using"
There is no alias stored in
Which program could run this autocomplete?
The "funny" thing is, when I type this, also here in this window, the autocomplete apears.
Any suggestions, ideas?
10.9.2 (13C32) Development version.
But with 10.9.1 was the same.
This autocomplete start immediately in Search, in Alfred, in Notes, in Numbers, in R(!) ...
The combination of "p" and "s" produces -without "Enter": "ps -p $$
Tells the shell what you are using"
There must be a location/config-file ...
The challenge is: Find the file/location which stores this command/autocomplete.