@tomosaigon "What terminals does Fig work with?
Fig works with iTerm, the native MacOS Terminal app, Hyper and the integrated terminal in VSCode."
@tomosaigon Sure, it's using accessibility APIs which must be completely different on Linux or Windows, in cases where they even have equivalents.
There's plenty of cross-platform shell-based autosuggests, like for zsh, but this may do a lot more and in text programs, REPLs, etc.
@hund VC = venture capital.
I don't know the answer to your other questions. But I assume it has more display features by controlling the terminal than you can get with a shell plugin.
@hund Yeah, but the shell strictly only deals with text, right? While a terminal could do more than text. Like be a complete web browser. :D
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