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I have put

set -g mouse on 
set -g mouse-select-pane on

in my .tmux.conf file and then I open tmux and create a new pane and I cant switch pane with mouse. is there something else I need to configure? I am using tmux 2.9 on Mac using zsh.

  • you may look at other parameters like Mouse-mode has been rewritten. There's now no longer options for: - mouse-resize-pane - mouse-select-pane - mouse-select-window - mode-mouse etc but it should have work with set -g mouse on only I guess – francois P May 2 at 15:56
  • I have the same issue. I suspect it's a bug with mac. – jordanm May 2 at 17:16
  • I have no insight into this issue. However, it might be beneficial to also add to your question what terminal program you are using; gnome-terminal, rxvt, etc. It's great that you indicated the tmux version, the hardware, and the shell. (With 'Mac', I assume you are running OS X/Mac OS...if not, that info is important too.) I don't know that it would matter, but I presume it could be helpful if this is an issue between the human-input-device all the way down to the tmux process. – 0xSheepdog May 2 at 18:28
  • Are you using Terminal.app? I don't think it supports the mouse? Does it work with other applications, or in another terminal? – Nicholas Marriott May 2 at 21:37
  • Check my answer in unix.stackexchange.com/questions/318281/… – GMaster Sep 10 at 4:03
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To obtain the default behavior, which is equal as UP and DOWN keyboard arrows, use:

echo "set -g terminal-overrides 'xterm*:smcup@:rmcup@'" >> ~/.tmux.conf && tmux kill-server && tmux
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I had the same issue. It was fixed after I did the following: - exit tmux - enter "tmux kill-server" - enter tmux again

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