Using tmux “out of the box” is useful enough as it is, but most of the time, we’ll want to make our lives a little easier, by adding some additional customizations (such as we did in Chapter 23, when we added custom configuration to our .tmux.conf file).
The modifications we’ll be making this chapter aren’t all strictly tmux configurations. For example, the following section contains modifications aimed at workarounds for reducing complexity and duplication through the use of shell alias’ and functions. Other sections are aimed at further modifications to the .tmux.conf file itself.
The number of modifications you make ...