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comment Unix utility to rename file(s) in an editor or inline
@Ignacio, thank you! Your solution is bash-specific, but luckily fish (shell of my choice) supports brace expansions too.
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comment Unix utility to rename file(s) in an editor or inline
@barlop, I was thinking about vidir command, but didn't know its name ;-) Thanks @grawity for a great answer below!
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comment Unix utility to rename file(s) in an editor or inline
@Nifle, thanks for pointers! I wasn't looking for bash-specific solution. I use fish as my shell. That's why I didn't mention bash in the question.
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comment Scroll shell output with mouse in tmux
Jed, thank you! Your advice works in gnome-terminal too. I will try to use this setup for some time. But it has a disadvantage: mouse scrolling now doesn't work as expected in less. If I load less inside tmux, mouse scrolling doesn't scroll the file opened in less. It scrolls the whole terminal. Strangely, vim behaves as expected inside tmux with your setup.
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