When zsh's autocorrection suggests a change in long filename, it may be hard to spot which change is actually suggested: artificial example

The example is of cause artificial as tab completion would've done the job (and I can blindly accept the correction w/o proofreading). But there may be other cases where I really want to proofread the suggestion and would appreciate if the suggested change (i.e. only the added 0 in the example) was highlighted in boldface.

EDIT: It's also discussed on zsh-workers and zsh-syntax-highlighting

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