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I use pane_current_path for new tmux panes and windows:

bind - split-window -c "#{pane_current_path}"

It works well, until I have a script running. pane_current_path gets set to $PWD of the subshell.

I check it like this:

display-message "#{pane_current_path}"

Is there a way to preserve $PWD of the top level shell?

I tried doing this:

bind - split-window -c "$PWD"

But this $PWD is from the shell that tmux was started in. So it doesn't update when I change directory inside tmux.

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