Using bash's "!:s/foo/bar" in fish terminal

Hello Garuda users,
I am pretty new to fish and linux community as a whole and while using bash on ubuntu I got addicted to the history command especially the part where you can edit the last command with sed like so: !:s/text/tochange. But switching in to garuda with default fish terminal I just can't use this command.

Is there a workaround to this? Preferably one where I don't have to just resort to using bash again. I tried googling it but maybe I didn't use the right keywords I just can't even find this command on google. Almost as if it's not even documented. Please help me out :pray::pray:.

Probably not possible...:


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