When cloning a repository and modifying the folder name in the local path, the autofill prevents the user from selecting a name that's similar, but shorter than, a folder that already exists in the path. For example - if I have "Repository Master" that I choose to clone, the default name is "Repository MasterClone" but I want it to be called "Repository". I move the cursor to the end and start deleting, which works just fine for "Clone" Once I try to delete "Master" it just starts highlighting the word, and "Master" only goes away once I delete from "Repository" to be no longer unique in the path (deleting to "Repo" will finally get rid of "Master", as there is another file "report" in the directory, so autofill can't uniquely identify "Repository Master"). As soon as I add letters back to "Repository", it autofills to "Repository Master" again.
Also, when first typing "Repository Master" after the "Re" it autofills "RECYCLER". After typing "p", the autofill goes away, but it left the capitol "E" in place, meaning my name is now "REpository Master"
Desired behavior: invoke autofill with tab, bash-style, or provide autofill options in a selectable list Safari-style.