set -g default-terminal "screen-256color" #urxvt tab like window switching (-n: no prior escape seq) bind-key -n S-down new-window bind-key -n S-left prev bind-key -n S-right next bind-key -n C-left swap-window -t -1 bind-key -n C-right swap-window -t +1 # THEME set -g status-bg black set -g status-fg white set -g status-interval 60 set -g status-left-length 30 set -g status-left '#[fg=green][#S]' set -g status-right '#[fg=green]%H#[fg=yellow]:#[fg=green]%M#[default]' set -g base-index 1 # Highlight Active and Notify set-window-option -g window-status-current-bg red setw -g monitor-activity on set -g visual-activity on set -s escape-time 0
It's pretty simple right now. I'm have trouble with the "urxvt like tabs" section when in TTY console, though. It works fine in urxvt (which admittedly will be where I'll usually be) but I've been messing around with TTY and may in the near future be working in console more often and would love to get this set up. I don't know what's not working about it, other than it just isn't working. shift + down should open a new window, and does in urxvt, but doesn't work in a real TTY.
Anyone know what's happening?