Sometimes I'm scrolling up a log file and need to switch sessions, so open the session menu with prefix-s. This causes tmux to forget the window's scroll position, so that when I return it's at the ...
I want to have the same behavior as C-A/C-B+[ provides except i want to be able to return to my application to see that it has progressed in her calculations or has not disconnected to the server ...
I'm usually inside GNU Screen or tmux, which doesn't give me excellent scrolling functionality. Is there an alternative to tail -f that allows me to quickly scroll up? A tool that is like most is to ...
In your .tmux.conf file you can set the window history with something like: set -g history-limit 4096 Is there a way to set an unlimited history for each window?
Scrollability of text in some terminals: | tty | xterm | urxvt | guake | terminator screen | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y tmux | N | N | Y | N | N I notice in this ...