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I usually use two tmux sessions that share a single window group.
My problem is that panes remember the session they were created from, and a tmux command executed in a shell always acts on the parent session of the pane.

$ tmux new-session -s s1           # the pane is created here
$ tmux new-session -s s2 -t s1

$ tmux display-message -p '#S'     # executed in s2 but prints out s1
$ tmux set status off              # executed in s2 but hides the status bar in s1

A command run in a pane created in s2 would always act on s2.
Direct commands (i.e. :set status off) work as expected.

Is there any simple way (without somehow reassigning the pane) to make a command operate on the current session?

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