In the tmux application, how can I map
o (window cycle) to
or from the shell
By default, Prefixo is bound to the tmux command
Note: This will override the default Prefix+w command (
By the way, you can inspect your current bindings with the
For now I am using ctrl-a,q,#
ctrl-a I already mapped to ctrl-b
This was the three keys strokes AFTER ctrl are a,q,0 or a,q,1 or a,q,2, etc.
These keys (except 0) are right next to each other on the keyboard for maximum ease of use!
If I could just force tmux to do 1 based counting instead of 0....