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Mar
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comment Switching solarized colors with mintty and tmux
That worked! Thanks so much!
Mar
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accepted Switching solarized colors with mintty and tmux
Mar
25
comment tmux printing u'0x001b' and “]112” randomly
Thanks for the hard work! Looks like upgrading should fix it.. do you still need me to mark the bug? I don't have a launchpad account but will sign up for one if you think it's still needed.
Mar
23
comment tmux printing u'0x001b' and “]112” randomly
One other thing, I never noticed this until I recently switched to using the Solarized color scheme.
Mar
23
comment tmux printing u'0x001b' and “]112” randomly
I'm running Crunchbang (Debian with terminator for my terminal). Are you doing any remote ssh sessions and re-attaching to tmux sessions? I also use Cygwin/Mintty to ssh and attach to my tmux sessions and do not see this behavior from those sessions, which makes me think it has something to do with the terminal rather than tmux.
Mar
21
comment tmux printing u'0x001b' and “]112” randomly
I'm seeing the same issue! Did you ever figure it out?
Mar
17
comment Switching solarized colors with mintty and tmux
Thanks, @harrymc. I did try this and unfortunately it did not help. From what I can tell I have 256 colors working fine, I just cannot switch between light and dark themes.
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comment How to use a pipe to edit a file with vi
scubbo is right! My answer is more useful for just piping something from stdin.
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answered How to findout which firefox tab is using most CPU or memory?
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comment Ubuntu 8.04: convert PDF document to one JPG per page
Works for Cygwin too!