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safely override oh-my-zsh configurations

I made some changes to my oh-my-zsh configurations, namely I changed an alias in /lib/aliases.zsh and commented out a function in a plugin that I overrode in a script. I'm wondering if there is a way ...
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Translate GNU ps flags to standard flags

I'm using oh-my-zsh and its ssh-agent plugin on OSX, but lately somebody upstream decided to use ps x. I'm not entirely sure what that even does, since I haven't used a GNU userland in something close ...
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gdb debugging in Terminal OS X (10.8.5) with zsh - zsh doesn't know gdb

For my studies I have to run a binary unix-program called bomb with gdb. Some time ago I followed the steps on ...
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zsh alias being overridden somehow

I'm on a system running OS X 10.8.5. I recently tried to alias ls to ls -G -la command. I opened up ~/.zshrc, put in the alias, relaunched the terminal, but the change didn't take effect. Upon ...
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Why is zsh (oh-my-zsh) completing directories that don't exist?

UPDATE 3 I've worked out that these annoying autocomplete options are actually usernames. I.e. they exist in /etc/passwd I have users such as _kadmin_admin and _kadmin_changepw and many others ...