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vim inside tmux: throws “E388” with <C-Left> in insert mode [duplicate]

I've read that in insert mode in vim, one can use <C-Left> and <C-Right> to move by words. This works for me, but only as far as I don't run vim inside tmux terminal splitter. When inside ...
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tmux - scroll up/down with shift + page up/down into a pane

I would like to be able to scroll up/down into a given pane with the same keybinding that xterm does, i.e SHIFT + Page Up/Down. For example, if the tmux window is divided into 2 vertical panes, I ...
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vote
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Tmux key-table explanation

I was reading through the tmux man pages in order to understand the different options for bind-key and bumped into the -t flag: If -t is present, key is bound in key-table: the binding for command ...
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key repeat when scrolling in tmux

When using tmux, I would like to keep the PgUp/Down key pressed to scroll quickly between pages. I press Ctrl-b PgUp to enter copy mode and to scroll the page, but if I keep it pressed, nothing ...
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Use forward slash as a key command in tmux

In tmux, is it possible to bind forward slash to a command? The command I want to create is below: bind-key -nr C-M-/ kill-window \; next-window This config errors with: /home/joe/.tmux.conf:42: ...
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votes
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Why doesn't tmux respond to shortcuts properly?

I'm using OSX 10.8.1 in combination with iTerm2, zsh and tmux via Homebrew. The beginning of my ~/.tmux.conf file looks like this: set -g prefix C-a unbind C-b bind-key a send-prefix set -sg ...
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votes
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883 views

Looking for non-conflicting cross-platform keybinding consistency

I use Mac OS X and Arch Linux and occasionally log into FreeBSD and Debian servers by ssh. My favoured tools are zsh, ssh, tmux, git, vim and irssi. I use iTerm2 on Mac OS X and unicode-rxvt on Arch ...
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How can I make ctrl+left/right keys work right in tmux?

In both zsh and bash, ctrl+arrows allows me to move the position I'm typing at by whole word, but this does not work in tmux, which is a problem as I'm currently launching it automatically every time ...
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Binding a command in tmux without using the prefix key

Is it possible to bind a tmux command to a key combination and use it directly without first pressing the prefix? I find C-b + n too cumbersome to switch panes, so I was wondering whether I could ...