- Tab completes the current token. Shift, Tab completes the current token and starts the pager's search mode.
- Alt+←,Left and Alt+→,Right move the cursor one word left or right (to the next space or punctuation mark), or moves forward/backward in the directory history if the command line is empty. If the cursor is already at the end of the line, and an autosuggestion is available, Alt+→,Right (or Alt+F) accepts the first word in the suggestion.
- Shift,←,Left and Shift,→,Right move the cursor one word left or right, without stopping on punctuation.
- ↑ (Up) and ↓ (Down) (or Control+P and Control+N for emacs aficionados) search the command history for the previous/next command containing the string that was specified on the commandline before the search was started. If the commandline was empty when the search started, all commands match. See the history section for more information on history searching.
- Alt+↑,Up and Alt+↓,Down search the command history for the previous/next token containing th