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In Vim, with

 C-W =

the windows are auto resized to the same height.

In tmux, with

 :resize-pane -U 10

I can increment the height of tmux pane in 10.

How I can auto resize the panes to the same height?

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I suggest resizing multiple panes with one of the five tmux presets:

C-b M-1             # vertical split, all panes same width
C-b M-2             # horizontal split, all panes same height
C-b M-3             # horizontal split, main pane on top,
                      other panes on bottom, vertically split, all same width
C-b M-4             # vertical split, main pane left,
                      other panes right, horizontally split, all same height
C-b M-5             # tile, new panes on bottom, same height before same width

M denotes the meta key, usually bound to ALT.

On Macs the meta key is usually Esc, as mentioned in the comment below.

See the tmux manpage for more information.

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M for 'meta', not 'magic' :) On Macs (not specified in the question, just for the benefit of any Mac users that might read this) it's usually the Escape key. – chepner Aug 2 '12 at 16:33
    
@chepner Now you made me taking all the magic from my reply... :( – speakr Aug 2 '12 at 21:40
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+1 … I have a tmux compiled from source running on Linux and the default meta key is also Escape, rather than Alt. – Konrad Rudolph Feb 5 '13 at 9:54
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useful to remap left option key to +Esc in iterm2 for macs. Prefs -> Profiles -> Keys -> Left option key acts as... setting. – Danny Nov 11 '14 at 14:37

PREFIX Space is shortcut for :next-layout

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