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Jul
4
comment Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
Installing EasySIMBL and MouseTerm did the trick for me. Thanks Andrew!
Jun
30
comment Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
That's awesome that you found a setting, but I don't seem to see it in my Terminal preferences. What version of OS X are you running?
Apr
25
accepted http://localhost:3000 works, but http://127.0.0.1:3000 doesn't
Apr
25
comment http://localhost:3000 works, but http://127.0.0.1:3000 doesn't
Good call! I rebooted the Rails server using -b :: to listen for IPv4 and IPv6 and it worked! I didn't realize Puma wouldn't do this by default. Can you toss your comment in an answer so I can mark it as the accepted answer? Thanks for the help!
Apr
25
asked http://localhost:3000 works, but http://127.0.0.1:3000 doesn't
Nov
7
awarded  Commentator
Nov
7
comment Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
Thanks for the reply. That takes me one step closer than I was.
Nov
7
comment Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
@mjb Thanks for the reply, but unfortunately that didn't seem to solve the problem.
Oct
30
awarded  Editor
Oct
30
revised Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
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Oct
28
asked Tmux doesn't respond to scroll in OS X Yosemite Terminal
May
18
awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
27
comment Zsh autocomplete function with sed
It might not have been necessary, but I felt like you went out of your way to help and I wanted to say thanks. :)
Apr
25
awarded  Benefactor
Apr
24
awarded  Promoter
Apr
24
accepted Zsh autocomplete function with sed
Apr
24
comment Zsh autocomplete function with sed
This is awesome! Thank you so much for taking the time to write all of that. It's really helpful.
Apr
17
comment Zsh autocomplete function with sed
Oh, wow, I didn't know about the time command. That's pretty cool. I ran each command 5 times and averaged the result. time tmux list-sessions took 0.05s by time tmuxinator list took 0.716s. time tmuxinator list | tail -n +2 and time tmuxinator list | tail -n +2 | gsed -e 's/\s\+/\n/g' didn't add a significant delay. I guess I'll open an issue in tmuxinator for this. Thanks for the help!
Apr
16
asked Zsh autocomplete function with sed
Nov
28
awarded  Tumbleweed