I'm facing a major issue with Tramp and Emacs 27.1 on a Mac (10.15.7), which makes it almost impossible to work on remote files ...
As soon as I start to type a SSH or SCP based URL in the mini buffer (after C-x C-f), I get a dialog from the OS, that I need to permit access to some keychain password. One of those trigger this issue:
/ssh: /sshx: /scp: /-:
The dialog always asks for access to the oldest entry in my keychain, totally unrelated to what I do in emacs.
When I permit the access, I've still a chance to stop (ESC or C-g). When I reject, the emacs freeze and I can only kill the app.
Any hint or recommendation is very appreciated.
PS: When I type the URL faster, or paste the full URL, I pass the issue sometimes and I can open remote files.