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Auto-suggestion is another useful and time-saving z/Scope feature. It consists in contextual menus that are displayed when typing into input fields. These pop-up menus contain a list of the recently typed phrases that match the user's initial keystrokes.


This feature resembles the functionality normally found when typing URLs into an internet brower address bar, and in numerous websites containing forms that require user input.


Once you start taking advantage of the Auto-Suggestion feature, you will be delighted at how easy terminal emulation is made with z/Scope.


To find out more about how this feature works, check the following sections:


Using Auto-suggestion
Deleting Auto-suggestion