I was trying to learn how to use the
bind-key [-cnr] [-t key-table] key command [arguments] better, but was having some trouble figuring out what "valid keys" are for
I tried doing
man tmux and Google too, but I couldn't find anything useful.
- How can I figure out what the syntax for valid keys are?
- Is there a help command or a
manpage for this?
- Maybe I don't know the technical term for this valid keys, is there a term for these keys so that I can do a better google search?
For example, I was trying to figure out what the following remapping of commands meant:
bind-key -n M-S-Left resize-pane -L 2 bind-key -n M-S-Right resize-pane -R 2 bind-key -n M-S-Up resize-pane -U 2 bind-key -n M-S-Down resize-pane -D 4
-n was easy to find in the
man page (doesn't need prefix). But I can't figure out what
M-S-Left key means.
I am guessing that its mapping shift and the left arrow plus whatever
M means to the
resize-pane -L 2 command.
- How do I figure out what
- What if I wanted control + whatever key I wanted. Is control =
- How can I figure this out without just trying random keys on my keyboard until something works?
- Also, how do I confirm, figure out if I am not mapping it to a key set that is already used?
- Is there such a thing as "show all aliases" or something?
- As an addition to the question, are these valid keys the same as the ones for
The thing is that
vim seems to have a different scripting for its own language since it sometimes require and stuff.