I'm using tmux 2.9-rc (built from source) on Ubuntu 18.04 in an xterm window.
I normally run xterm with color disabled (
xterm -cm). It can display text in bold and reverse video, but not in color.
When I run
tmux choose-tree -w in a window with color enabled, the top half of the screen shows a list of windows with the current line highlighted with black text on a yellow background (normal text is black on white). I can easily navigate the list and type Enter to select a window.
With color disabled, the highlighting is invisible, which makes navigation difficult.
Is there a way to configure tmux so it will visibly highlight the line for the selected window? Either bold or reverse-video would be ok.
setw -g window-status-current-style bold highlights the name of the current window in the status line.
I'm looking for something like
windowlist -b in GNU screen. (I recently switched from GNU screen to tmux, and this is the only feature I'm having trouble with.)