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Don't scroll on search

When searching with / and ? in scrollback/copy mode (VIM style) tmux scrolls the window so that the search result appears in the center of the screen. I find that this makes me loose track of where I ...
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Mouse scrolling in vim through tmux, how to configure?

I'm using a combination of PuTTY, tmux and vim. If I just open an SSH connection with PuTTY and then open vim, mouse scrolling works as expected. But if I open tmux and then open vim inside tmux the ...
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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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tmux mouse mode and scrolling very unstable - garbage printed

I am using (or trying to) tmux on Linux Mint 15 via byobu. I am finding the mouse mode very hard to use since most of the time instead of counting it as a click, the terminal prints out random ...
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tmux mode-mouse scroll by page rather than line

I have mode-mouse on, and sometimes find setting terminal-overrides to xterm:smcup@rmcup@* to be useful however I would like the mouse wheel to scroll by page rather than line. Currently I bind ...
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413 views

Common tmux scrolling solutions are not working

I have the following in my .tmux.conf file: set -g mode-mouse on set-window-option -g mode-mouse copy-mode set -g terminal-overrides 'xterm*:smcup@:rmcup@' In all running sessions, I used C-b ...
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tmux: enable mouse scrolling in vim instead of history buffer

I have just started using tmux 1.8 recently, after working with screen for a while. After reading things here and there on the internet, I came up with following ~/.tmux.conf However when I open vim ...
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Is it possible to search tmux scrollback history?

I'm starting to use tmux, and I already love it. But if I could search through scrollback history it would be even better (e.g. like in iTerm2). Is there a way to do it as of now?