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Scrolling in tmux over SSH (PuTTY) [duplicate]

I'm SSH'ing into my RaspPi (Raspbian) with PuTTY and I want to user tmux in order not to worry about a connection ending while I'm installing something. My Problem is, that when I call tmux from a ...
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Scroll shell output with mouse in tmux

Mouse scrolling doesn't work in tmux the way it works when I run shell without tmux (in Gnome Terminal). It seems tmux sends mouse scroll events as if I pressed Up/Down keys. But I want it to scroll ...
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Use terminal scrollbar with tmux

I know how to scroll in tmux using the keyboard, but I noticed that it looks like there's a way to use the terminal scrollbar with GNU Screen. Can this be done with tmux?
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Pass mouse events through tmux

I have noticed that scrolling in tmux is a hazzle and was wondering if it was possible to have tmux pass them along to the application or terminal. I may be understanding things wrong here but I have ...
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Bind keys for scrolling pages in copy mode in tmux

I'd like to be able to map emacs keys (like C-v/M-v) for scrolling in tmux instead of default PgUp/PgDown, is that possible? Can't see that from the manual at the moment (apologies if its there, seems ...
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Scroll in tmux but don't enter copy mode?

I'm using iTerm2 and tmux (from homebrew) on a Mac. I have set -g mode-mouse on in my tmux.conf. When I scroll up I am automatically put into copy mode but I am looking for a way to be able to scroll ...
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Can't scroll tmux context by more than one line at a time

On OS-X I can't scroll in T-mux by more than one line at a time. I have tried the following things: Ctrl+b then pg-up or pg-down. Ctrl+b then [ then pg-up or pg-down. Ctrl+b then shift+pg-up or ...
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Powershell is cutting off long output when connected to a terminal via SSH

I'm connected to a Linux terminal using Powershell and ssh. When I run a command which has more than about 1 window worth of output, the output is cut off. Meaning I only see the last n lines. Is ...
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Scroll pages with "screen" in a putty window

I am connected with Windows putty to a Linux computer, and inside this SSH session, I use screen (similar tu tmux). I know that, in order to scroll with PG-UP / PG-DOWN, one has to do this before: ...
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tmux scroll without rebinding mouse click?

I used set -g mouse on bind -n WheelUpPane if-shell -F -t = "#{mouse_any_flag}" "send-keys -M" "if -Ft= '#{pane_in_mode}' 'send-keys -M' 'copy-mode -e; send-keys -M'" ...
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