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Personal background I spend a lot of time in GVim which I’ve configured to use the Solarized colour and I love it; I really like being able to switch back and forth between the light and dark versions (depending on the ambient light conditions). Once I tried it configuring my terminal emulator and it worked fine on my local computer because I had other ...
I think the tmux.conf file shouldn’t literally read: set -g default-terminal "screen-256color" but something like: set -g xterm "screen-256color" you can check your $TERM variable to see what your system has as the default shell. echo $TERM then put that in the place of "default-terminal" you may be able to use the $TERM variable in the conf file, ...
As explained by Marcin Kaminski, if TERM=screen-256color vim works for you then just add following to your .bashrc TERM=screen-256color and following in your .tmux.conf set -g default-terminal "screen-256color" I had the same problemd, this works for me.
I found using Shift-F12 to toggle on/off the outer byobu's keybindings is a bit easier to remember and use. The only new key to remember is Shift-F12, and then the inner byobu can be controlled with the normal F- keybindings. Found that solution here http://askubuntu.com/a/243063.
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