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bash tab completion is showing commands instead of files and folders

I used chmod to make some scripts executable, and now my bash shell is tab-autocompleting all available commands. How can I make it go back to completing just files / folders in the current folder?
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How do you close MacShellBundle in an application that is in the trash?

I am trying to permanently delete Zumo Drive from my computer, which is running OSX 10.6.8. I have removed ZumoDrive.app from the Applications folder and moved it to the trash. When I attempt to ...
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OS X: How can I copy the shell path to clipboard?

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How to retrieve the absolute path of an arbitrary file from the OS X

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Why are some files in ls -l on Mac OSX (Snow Leopard) tagged with “@”? [duplicate]

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