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I already have a keyboard short-cut that works for tmux

I mapped: Ctrl+Alt+B to the command: gnome-terminal -e tmux

BUT when I open up vim in the tmux session started by this the colors don't work correctly.

I fixed the initial tmux vim colorscheme issue outside by adding the 256 color statement to my .tmux.conf and .bashrc

so when I regularly tmux into my terminal and vim it's fine.

So the problems comes in at gnome-terminal -e tmux ? where this somehow disables 256?

I've tried gnome-terminal -e tmux -2 for the 256 color flag but this won't let the key binding work. Is there some other mapping or something or another way to make a keyboard shortcut for tmux that'll help me with this slight convenience issue?

Thanks.

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