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I am using Byobu via SSH on a local mac machine. I am aware of the scrollback feature and I am able to enter the scrollback mode via F7.

However, it is very inconvenient to scroll by a single line only using arrow keys (only mode that works). Would it be possible to bind the mouse scroll there too? Mouse scrolling scrolls the holding terminal window at the moment.

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It would be great to get this to work. askubuntu.com/questions/199290/… tackles linux issues but mac was missing. –  Karthik T Aug 1 '13 at 1:32
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Press the F7 key to enter scrollback mode. Scrollback mode allows you to navigate past output using vi-like commands. Here is a quick list of movement commands:

Ctrl+U and Ctrl+D (half page up and down)
Ctrl+B and Ctrl+F (full page up and down)

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