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comment Kill a tmux session and select another tmux session
This seems to do exactly what I was looking for. I had tried a similar method after finding the tmux display-message -p "#S" trick in another answer. It seems like wrapping everything in run-shell was the key. Thanks!
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accepted gVim opening a tab pushes status line out of window
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revised gVim opening a tab pushes status line out of window
report new solution that works (previous solution didn't work)
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answered gVim opening a tab pushes status line out of window
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comment gVim opening a tab pushes status line out of window
I use the same workaround to resolve the bug. Thanks for the bug link.
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answered Adding numbers from the result of a grep
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comment What does ^d mean in ls -l | grep ^d?
For related information, look up regular expressions or check out this page on using regular expressions in grep: robelle.com/smugbook/regexpr.html