💥 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.
I'm referring to the plugin https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim for nvim
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Use fzf to manage your tmux work environment!
https://github.com/sainnhe/tmux-fzf also have keybindings support
tmux-nested: a plugin for nested tmux workflows
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What am I missing using tmux windows instead of nvim buffers?
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My nvim setup. Any criticism is welcome
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[Solution] Using all yank-related plugins (tmux.nvim, yanky.nvim, which-key.nvim)
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wow: Tmux navigation works out-of-the-box!
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