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  1. I created a Tmux workflow for myself. Below is the screenshot. It is heavily integrated with how Tmux is setup on my machine, so it might not be very useful to other people. However it might inspire people to create something they like :-P Here is what it does Open my default Tmux session, list all windows, put the active window as the first, last active window as the second, other windows are shown after Each item shows the window's index and name In the subtitle, list panes and the process(e.g. vim, idle shell + current directory, other long running processes) I can type window inde
  2. Tmux Workflow for Alfred app Alfred workflow to manage tmux sessions, integrated with iTerm2. It can list current sessions, connect to them, kill them or create a new one. The connect or create action actually opens iTerm2 and connects to the session. Additionally, in all the open actions (new session or connect to session) it can cd to the current Finder's or Path Finder's directory. Please note: the workflow only handles tmux sessions. It doesn't handle windows, panes, or any other tmux command. Dependencies iTerm2 installed tmux installed in /usr/local/bin/tmux; easily installed with ho
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