Alan Orth 46f1cad6a1
.tmux.conf: Update comment about TERM variable
I switched from Solarized to Selenized colorscheme and noticed some
things have changed in tmux and terminals since I last looked. For
starters, it seems that, if your terminal emulator is configured to
use the sixteen color ANSI palette with Selenized values, then you
should configure vim and other apps to use sixteen colors instead
of approximating "more" with 256. I will update my vim config to use
sixteen colors also.

Eventually, once all the systems I use have newer terminfo, I will
be able to set the TERM variable inside tmux to be "tmux" instead
of pretending to be screen. For now, at least CentOS 7 doesn't like
the "tmux" TERM value so I will leave this

2020-07-10 13:33:06 +03:00

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unbind C-b
set-option -g prefix ^A
bind a send-prefix
# Bind appropriate commands similar to screen.
# lockscreen ^X x
unbind ^X
bind ^X lock-server
unbind x
bind x lock-server
# screen ^C c
unbind ^C
bind ^C new-window
unbind c
bind c new-window
# detach ^D d
unbind ^D
bind ^D detach
# displays *
unbind *
bind * list-clients
# next ^@ ^N sp n
unbind ^@
bind ^@ next-window
unbind ^N
bind ^N next-window
unbind " "
bind " " next-window
unbind n
bind n next-window
# title A
unbind A
bind A command-prompt "rename-window %%"
# other ^A
unbind ^A
bind ^A last-window
# prev ^H ^P p ^?
unbind ^H
bind ^H previous-window
unbind ^P
bind ^P previous-window
unbind p
bind p previous-window
unbind BSpace
bind BSpace previous-window
# windows ^W w
unbind ^W
bind ^W list-windows
unbind w
bind w list-windows
# kill K k
unbind K
bind K confirm-before "kill-window"
unbind k
bind k confirm-before "kill-window"
# redisplay ^L l
unbind ^L
bind ^L refresh-client
unbind l
bind l refresh-client
# " windowlist -b
unbind '"'
bind '"' choose-window
# use Escape for entering copy mode, like screen
bind Escape copy-mode
# less time between commands in a command sequence
set -s escape-time 0
# use vi-style key bindings
set-option -g mode-keys vi
# start numbering windows a 1
set -g base-index 1
# Rather than constraining window size to the maximum size of any client
# connected to the *session*, constrain window size to the maximum size
# of any client connected to *that window*. Much more reasonable.
set-window-option -g aggressive-resize on
# the visual bell causes a micro delay when typing. Tab completion triggers
# the bell and typing halts for a second and it's really annoying.
set-option -g visual-bell off
# status bar
set-option -g status-justify left
set-option -g status-left ''
set-option -g status-right '#[fg=colour47]#H #[fg=red]#(cut -d " " -f 1-3 /proc/loadavg) #[fg=colour227]%Y-%m-%d %H:%M#[default]'
# scrollback buffer
set-option -g history-limit 4096
# 2020-07-10: According to the tmux FAQ, inside tmux TERM must be "screen",
# "tmux" or similar (such as "tmux-256color"). Systems with older terminfo
# like CentOS 7 don't support tmux-256color so let's keep screen-256color
# for now.
set-option -g default-terminal "screen-256color"
#### COLOUR (Solarized dark)
# default statusbar colors
set-option -g status-style "bg=black fg=yellow default"
# default window title colors
set-window-option -g window-status-style "fg=brightblue bg=default"
# active window title colors
set-window-option -g window-status-current-style "fg=brightred bg=default"
# pane border
set-option -g pane-border-style "fg=black"
set-option -g pane-active-border-style "fg=brightgreen"
# message text
set-option -g message-style "bg=black fg=brightred"
# pane number display
set-option -g display-panes-active-colour blue #blue
set-option -g display-panes-colour brightred #orange
# clock
set-window-option -g clock-mode-colour green #green