3mux is a terminal multiplexer with out-of-the-box support for search, mouse-controlled scrollback, and i3-like keybindings.
3mux aims for full usability without needing configuration, although it does have a configuration file.
3mux is free and open source software.
- Batteries included – all possible parts required are available for full usability.
- i3-like keybindings. For example the keybindings Alt+H and Alt+V turn a terminal into a container and set to split direction.
- Session management:
- Create, attach to, or detach from a session.
- Alt+N/Alt+Enter Create new pane.
- Alt+Shift+Q Close pane.
- Alt+Shift+F Make pane fullscreen.
- Alt+Shift+Arrow Move pane.
- Alt+Arrow Move selection.
- Alt+/ Toggle search.
- Optionally interactive.
- Mouse support.
- Drag to resize panes.
- Click to select pane.
- Supports bold text.
- Support for reverse styling (swap foreground & background).
- Good color support including background coloring in Vim.
Developer: Aaron Janse and contributors
License: MIT License
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