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This neitherdoesn't directly answer your question, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

This doesn't directly answer your question, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

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This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/131011/use-system-clipboard-in-vi-copy-mode-in-tmuxUse system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/15715/getting-tmux-to-copy-a-buffer-to-the-clipboardGetting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/131011/use-system-clipboard-in-vi-copy-mode-in-tmux and http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/15715/getting-tmux-to-copy-a-buffer-to-the-clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard

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This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/131011/use-system-clipboard-in-vi-copy-mode-in-tmux and http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/15715/getting-tmux-to-copy-a-buffer-to-the-clipboard. After installing,

prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard.

copy mode bindings:

y - copy selection to system clipboard