How do I navigate between my projects located at different places with fzf in tmux?

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  • tmux-fzf

    Use fzf to manage your tmux work environment!

    So I have recently moved to tmux and I find it amazing, I would like to be able to navigate across my projects that I am working on assuming that all of my projects are not in home directory. I think that should be fairly easy to do with some sort of an existing plugin. Basically I am looking for something like but I want to be able to move across my projects. Is there something already available to achieve this?

  • zsh-z

    Jump quickly to directories that you have visited "frecently." A native Zsh port of with added features.

    If you already have a project open in a session I use trigger + s to switch between them quickly. For projects that are not already an open session, personally I use zsh for my shell and make use of zsh z which will cache a list of paths you visit and use a fuzzy search to help you get back to them easily.

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