If I'm monitoring log output in tmux and see something that I want to inspect as it scrolls by, I hit Ctrl-b [. I can then move around in the scroll buffer. When I am finished, I go to the end of the scroll buffer, but it only shows what was the last thing logged to the console before I entered copy mode. If I press Ctrl-c to leave copy mode, then the window jumps to the current place in the log, and it's very hard for me to determine what was skipped. Is there a way to "refresh" the scroll buffer while I'm in copy mode?
Note: This question is not about increasing the size of the scroll buffer (which is answered here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18760281/how-to-increase-scrollback-buffer-size-in-tmux/18777877#18777877). It is about updating the contents of the scroll buffer without leaving copy mode.