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Is there a plugin like which-key for tmux?
3 projects | /r/tmux | 28 Apr 2023
Show popup menus on tmux, easy and fully configurable with yaml
2 projects | /r/commandline | 16 Jan 2023
It's not like zellij, this is such a plugin to use display-memu command more easily which is a function of tmux. Like this repository , but fully customizable with yaml.
What are some alternatives?
tmux-fzf-url - 🚀 Quickly open urls on your terminal screen!
tmux-fzf - Use fzf to manage your tmux work environment!
nested-tmux - A simple tmux configuration for nested tmux sessions
tmux-suspend - Plugin that lets you suspend local tmux session, so that you can work with nested remote tmux session painlessly.
tmux_mode_indicator - Tmux plugin that indicate modes you are in (normal/prefix, copy/insert)
tmux-ticker - A Tmux plugin to monitor various indexes and stock prices.
which-key.nvim - 💥 Create key bindings that stick. WhichKey is a lua plugin for Neovim 0.5 that displays a popup with possible keybindings of the command you started typing.
tmux-easy-menu - Easy configurable tmux display-menu