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# Example .tmux.conf
# By Nicholas Marriott. Public domain.
# Some tweaks to the status line
set -g status-right "%H:%M"
set -g window-status-current-attr "underscore"
# If running inside tmux ($TMUX is set), then change the status line to red
%if #{TMUX}
set -g status-bg red
# Enable RGB colour if running in xterm(1)
set-option -sa terminal-overrides ",xterm*:Tc"
# Change the default $TERM to tmux-256color
set -g default-terminal "tmux-256color"
# No bells at all
set -g bell-action none
# Keep windows around after they exit
set -g remain-on-exit on
# Change the prefix key to C-a
set -g prefix C-a
unbind C-b
bind C-a send-prefix
# Turn the mouse on, but without copy mode dragging
set -g mouse on
unbind -n MouseDrag1Pane
unbind -Tcopy-mode MouseDrag1Pane
# Some extra key bindings to select higher numbered windows
bind F1 selectw -t:10
bind F2 selectw -t:11
bind F3 selectw -t:12
bind F4 selectw -t:13
bind F5 selectw -t:14
bind F6 selectw -t:15
bind F7 selectw -t:16
bind F8 selectw -t:17
bind F9 selectw -t:18
bind F10 selectw -t:19
bind F11 selectw -t:20
bind F12 selectw -t:21
# Keys to toggle monitoring activity in a window, and synchronize-panes
bind m set monitor-activity
bind y set synchronize-panes\; display 'synchronize-panes #{?synchronize-panes,on,off}'
# Create a single default session, because a session is created here, tmux
# should be started with "tmux attach" rather than "tmux new"
new -d -s0 -nirssi 'exec irssi'
set -t0:0 monitor-activity on
set -t0:0 aggressive-resize on
neww -d -ntodo 'exec emacs ~/TODO'
setw -t0:1 aggressive-resize on
neww -d -nmutt 'exec mutt'
setw -t0:2 aggressive-resize on
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d