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Window, Session, Tab, Pane, Buffer, Split Cheat Sheet for Neovim and tmux

TODO: Pull subtitle into page object

Create An Initial tmux session

This creates an initial unnamed tmux session and splits it into some panes and shifts them around. (This is the layout for my stream setup)

Code
tmux          # Launch tmux

LEADER-%      # Split vertically

LEADER-"      # Split horizontally

MOUSE         # Resize panes 

nvim          # Launch vim

:tabe         # create new vim tab

:e            # choose file to edit

CTRL-h        # Move around and 
CTRL-j        # in between tmux
CTRL-k        # and vim panes via
CTRL-l        # vim-tmux-navigator


LEADER-c      # Create new tmux window

LEADER-n      # Next tmux window
LEADER-p      # Previous tmux window

Debugging Stuff

I'm moving stuff around right now. All this below is helping me figure out where to put stuff

        -- title

Window, Session, Tab, Pane, Buffer, Split Cheat Sheet for Neovim and tmux

Neovim and tmux have all kinds of options for making 
and navigating various texts and terminals. This
is my cheat sheet for the way I'm navigating around
all of them. 

I'm not trying to capture everything, just get the
things that I need to do at any point in time. 

(Currently a work in progress)

-- h2

Create An Initial tmux session

This creates an initial unnamed tmux session
and splits it into some panes and shifts them
around. (This is the layout for my stream 
setup)

-- code

tmux          # Launch tmux

LEADER-%      # Split vertically

LEADER-"      # Split horizontally

MOUSE         # Resize panes 

nvim          # Launch vim

:tabe         # create new vim tab

:e            # choose file to edit

CTRL-h        # Move around and 
CTRL-j        # in between tmux
CTRL-k        # and vim panes via
CTRL-l        # vim-tmux-navigator


LEADER-c      # Create new tmux window

LEADER-n      # Next tmux window
LEADER-p      # Previous tmux window



-- ref
-- url: https://neovim.io/doc/user/tabpage.html

-- ref
-- url: https://github.com/christoomey/vim-tmux-navigator

-- ref
-- url: https://neovim.io/doc/user/windows.html


-- categories
-- Neovim
-- tmux
-- Cheat Sheet

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-- date: 2023-07-22 17:18:40
-- id: 2swbiskc
-- site: aws
-- type: post
-- status: scratch