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# Configuration for Alacritty, the GPU enhanced terminal emulator
# Any items in the `env` entry below will be added as
# environment variables. Some entries may override variables
# set by alacritty it self.
env:
# TERM env customization.
#
# If this property is not set, alacritty will set it to xterm-256color.
#
# Note that some xterm terminfo databases don't declare support for italics.
# You can verify this by checking for the presence of `smso` and `sitm` in
# `infocmp xterm-256color`.
TERM: xterm-256color
window:
# Window dimensions in character columns and lines
# Falls back to size specified by window manager if set to 0x0.
# (changes require restart)
dimensions:
columns: 80
lines: 24
# Adds this many blank pixels of padding around the window
# Units are physical pixels; this is not DPI aware.
# (change requires restart)
padding:
x: 5
y: 5
# Window decorations
# Setting this to false will result in window without borders and title bar.
decorations: true
# Display tabs using this many cells (changes require restart)
tabspaces: 8
# When true, bold text is drawn using the bright variant of colors.
draw_bold_text_with_bright_colors: true
# Font configuration (changes require restart)
#
# Important font attributes like antialiasing, subpixel aa, and hinting can be
# controlled through fontconfig. Specifically, the following attributes should
# have an effect:
#
# * hintstyle
# * antialias
# * lcdfilter
# * rgba
#
# For instance, if you wish to disable subpixel antialiasing, you might set the
# rgba property to "none". If you wish to completely disable antialiasing, you
# can set antialias to false.
#
# Please see these resources for more information on how to use fontconfig
#
# * https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/font_configuration#Fontconfig_configuration
# * file:///usr/share/doc/fontconfig/fontconfig-user.html
font:
# The normal (roman) font face to use.
normal:
family: Hack # should be "Menlo" or something on macOS.
# Style can be specified to pick a specific face.
# style: Regular
# The bold font face
bold:
family: Hack # should be "Menlo" or something on macOS.
# Style can be specified to pick a specific face.
# style: Bold
# The italic font face
italic:
family: Hack # should be "Menlo" or something on macOS.
# Style can be specified to pick a specific face.
# style: Italic
# Point size of the font
size: 13.0
# Offset is the extra space around each character. offset.y can be thought of
# as modifying the linespacing, and offset.x as modifying the letter spacing.
offset:
x: 0.0
y: 0.0
# Glyph offset determines the locations of the glyphs within their cells with
# the default being at the bottom. Increase the x offset to move the glyph to
# the right, increase the y offset to move the glyph upward.
glyph_offset:
x: 0.0
y: 0.0
# OS X only: use thin stroke font rendering. Thin strokes are suitable
# for retina displays, but for non-retina you probably want this set to
# false.
use_thin_strokes: true
# Should display the render timer
render_timer: false
# Use custom cursor colors. If true, display the cursor in the cursor.foreground
# and cursor.background colors, otherwise invert the colors of the cursor.
custom_cursor_colors: false
# Colors (Tomorrow Night Bright)
colors:
# Default colors
primary:
background: '0x1e2127'
foreground: '0xabb2bf'
# Colors the cursor will use if `custom_cursor_colors` is true
cursor:
text: '0x000000'
cursor: '0xffffff'
# Normal colors
normal:
black: '0x1e2127'
red: '0xe06c75'
green: '0x98c379'
yellow: '0xd19a66'
blue: '0x61afef'
magenta: '0xc678dd'
cyan: '0x56b6c2'
white: '0xabb2bf'
# Bright colors
bright:
black: '0x1e2127'
red: '0xe06c75'
green: '0x98c379'
yellow: '0xd19a66'
blue: '0x61afef'
magenta: '0xc678dd'
cyan: '0x56b6c2'
white: '0xabb2bf'
# Dim colors (Optional)
dim:
black: '0x333333'
red: '0xf2777a'
green: '0x99cc99'
yellow: '0xffcc66'
blue: '0x6699cc'
magenta: '0xcc99cc'
cyan: '0x66cccc'
white: '0xdddddd'
# Visual Bell
#
# Any time the BEL code is received, Alacritty "rings" the visual bell. Once
# rung, the terminal background will be set to white and transition back to the
# default background color. You can control the rate of this transition by
# setting the `duration` property (represented in milliseconds). You can also
# configure the transition function by setting the `animation` property.
#
# Possible values for `animation`
# `Ease`
# `EaseOut`
# `EaseOutSine`
# `EaseOutQuad`
# `EaseOutCubic`
# `EaseOutQuart`
# `EaseOutQuint`
# `EaseOutExpo`
# `EaseOutCirc`
# `Linear`
#
# To completely disable the visual bell, set its duration to 0.
#
visual_bell:
animation: EaseOutExpo
duration: 0
# Background opacity
background_opacity: 1.0
# Mouse bindings
#
# Currently doesn't support modifiers. Both the `mouse` and `action` fields must
# be specified.
#
# Values for `mouse`:
# - Middle
# - Left
# - Right
# - Numeric identifier such as `5`
#
# Values for `action`:
# - Paste
# - PasteSelection
# - Copy (TODO)
mouse_bindings:
- { mouse: Middle, action: PasteSelection }
mouse:
# Click settings
#
# The `double_click` and `triple_click` settings control the time
# alacritty should wait for accepting multiple clicks as one double
# or triple click.
double_click: { threshold: 300 }
triple_click: { threshold: 300 }
# Faux Scrollback
#
# The `faux_scrollback_lines` setting controls the number
# of lines the terminal should scroll when the alternate
# screen buffer is active. This is used to allow mouse
# scrolling for applications like `man`.
#
# To disable this completely, set `faux_scrollback_lines` to 0.
faux_scrollback_lines: 1
selection:
semantic_escape_chars: ",│`|:\"' ()[]{}<>"
dynamic_title: true
hide_cursor_when_typing: false
# Style of the cursor
#
# Values for 'cursor_style':
# - Block
# - Underline
# - Beam
cursor_style: Block
# Live config reload (changes require restart)
live_config_reload: true
# Shell
#
# You can set shell.program to the path of your favorite shell, e.g. /bin/fish.
# Entries in shell.args are passed unmodified as arguments to the shell.
#
shell:
program: /usr/local/bin/zsh
args:
- --login
# Key bindings
#
# Each binding is defined as an object with some properties. Most of the
# properties are optional. All of the alphabetical keys should have a letter for
# the `key` value such as `V`. Function keys are probably what you would expect
# as well (F1, F2, ..). The number keys above the main keyboard are encoded as
# `Key1`, `Key2`, etc. Keys on the number pad are encoded `Number1`, `Number2`,
# etc. These all match the glutin::VirtualKeyCode variants.
#
# A list with all available `key` names can be found here:
# https://docs.rs/glutin/*/glutin/enum.VirtualKeyCode.html#variants
#
# Possible values for `mods`
# `Command`, `Super` refer to the super/command/windows key
# `Control` for the control key
# `Shift` for the Shift key
# `Alt` and `Option` refer to alt/option
#
# mods may be combined with a `|`. For example, requiring control and shift
# looks like:
#
# mods: Control|Shift
#
# The parser is currently quite sensitive to whitespace and capitalization -
# capitalization must match exactly, and piped items must not have whitespace
# around them.
#
# Either an `action`, `chars`, or `command` field must be present.
# `action` must be one of `Paste`, `PasteSelection`, `Copy`, or `Quit`.
# `chars` writes the specified string every time that binding is activated.
# These should generally be escape sequences, but they can be configured to
# send arbitrary strings of bytes.
# `command` must be a map containing a `program` string, and `args` array of
# strings. For example:
# - { ... , command: { program: "alacritty", args: ["-e", "vttest"] } }
#
# Want to add a binding (e.g. "PageUp") but are unsure what the X sequence
# (e.g. "\x1b[5~") is? Open another terminal (like xterm) without tmux,
# then run `showkey -a` to get the sequence associated to a key combination.
key_bindings:
- { key: Left, mods: Command, chars: "\x02\x1b\x5b\x44" }
- { key: Right, mods: Command, chars: "\x02\x1b\x5b\x43" }
- { key: Up, mods: Command, chars: "\x02\x1b\x5b\x41" }
- { key: Down, mods: Command, chars: "\x02\x1b\x5b\x42" }
- { key: Left, mods: Control|Command, chars: "\x02\x70" }
- { key: Right, mods: Control|Command, chars: "\x02\x6e" }
- { key: V, mods: Command, action: Paste }
- { key: C, mods: Command, action: Copy }
- { key: Q, mods: Command, action: Quit }
- { key: W, mods: Command, action: Quit }
- { key: Insert, mods: Shift, action: PasteSelection }
- { key: Key0, mods: Control, action: ResetFontSize }
- { key: Equals, mods: Control, action: IncreaseFontSize }
- { key: Subtract, mods: Control, action: DecreaseFontSize }
- { key: Home, chars: "\x1bOH", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: Home, chars: "\x1b[H", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: End, chars: "\x1bOF", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: End, chars: "\x1b[F", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: PageUp, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[5;2~" }
- { key: PageUp, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[5;5~" }
- { key: PageUp, chars: "\x1b[5~" }
- { key: PageDown, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[6;2~" }
- { key: PageDown, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[6;5~" }
- { key: PageDown, chars: "\x1b[6~" }
- { key: Tab, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[Z" }
- { key: Back, chars: "\x7f" }
- { key: Back, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b\x7f" }
- { key: Insert, chars: "\x1b[2~" }
- { key: Delete, chars: "\x1b[3~" }
- { key: Left, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2D" }
- { key: Left, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5D" }
- { key: Left, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;3D" }
- { key: Left, chars: "\x1b[D", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: Left, chars: "\x1bOD", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: Right, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2C" }
- { key: Right, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5C" }
- { key: Right, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;3C" }
- { key: Right, chars: "\x1b[C", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: Right, chars: "\x1bOC", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: Up, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2A" }
- { key: Up, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5A" }
- { key: Up, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;3A" }
- { key: Up, chars: "\x1b[A", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: Up, chars: "\x1bOA", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: Down, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2B" }
- { key: Down, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5B" }
- { key: Down, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;3B" }
- { key: Down, chars: "\x1b[B", mode: ~AppCursor }
- { key: Down, chars: "\x1bOB", mode: AppCursor }
- { key: F1, chars: "\x1bOP" }
- { key: F2, chars: "\x1bOQ" }
- { key: F3, chars: "\x1bOR" }
- { key: F4, chars: "\x1bOS" }
- { key: F5, chars: "\x1b[15~" }
- { key: F6, chars: "\x1b[17~" }
- { key: F7, chars: "\x1b[18~" }
- { key: F8, chars: "\x1b[19~" }
- { key: F9, chars: "\x1b[20~" }
- { key: F10, chars: "\x1b[21~" }
- { key: F11, chars: "\x1b[23~" }
- { key: F12, chars: "\x1b[24~" }
- { key: F1, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2P" }
- { key: F2, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2Q" }
- { key: F3, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2R" }
- { key: F4, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[1;2S" }
- { key: F5, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[15;2~" }
- { key: F6, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[17;2~" }
- { key: F7, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[18;2~" }
- { key: F8, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[19;2~" }
- { key: F9, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[20;2~" }
- { key: F10, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[21;2~" }
- { key: F11, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[23;2~" }
- { key: F12, mods: Shift, chars: "\x1b[24;2~" }
- { key: F1, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5P" }
- { key: F2, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5Q" }
- { key: F3, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5R" }
- { key: F4, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[1;5S" }
- { key: F5, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[15;5~" }
- { key: F6, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[17;5~" }
- { key: F7, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[18;5~" }
- { key: F8, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[19;5~" }
- { key: F9, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[20;5~" }
- { key: F10, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[21;5~" }
- { key: F11, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[23;5~" }
- { key: F12, mods: Control, chars: "\x1b[24;5~" }
- { key: F1, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;6P" }
- { key: F2, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;6Q" }
- { key: F3, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;6R" }
- { key: F4, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[1;6S" }
- { key: F5, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[15;6~" }
- { key: F6, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[17;6~" }
- { key: F7, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[18;6~" }
- { key: F8, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[19;6~" }
- { key: F9, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[20;6~" }
- { key: F10, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[21;6~" }
- { key: F11, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[23;6~" }
- { key: F12, mods: Alt, chars: "\x1b[24;6~" }
- { key: F1, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[1;3P" }
- { key: F2, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[1;3Q" }
- { key: F3, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[1;3R" }
- { key: F4, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[1;3S" }
- { key: F5, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[15;3~" }
- { key: F6, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[17;3~" }
- { key: F7, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[18;3~" }
- { key: F8, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[19;3~" }
- { key: F9, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[20;3~" }
- { key: F10, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[21;3~" }
- { key: F11, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[23;3~" }
- { key: F12, mods: Super, chars: "\x1b[24;3~" }
# split panes with | and -
bind | split-window -h
bind - split-window -v
unbind '"'
unbind %
# switch panes with arrow keys
bind -n M-Left select-pane -L
bind -n M-Right select-pane -R
bind -n M-Up select-pane -U
bind -n M-Down select-pane -D
# enable mouse mode
set -g mouse on

Config files for Alacritty and Tmux.

Keybinds

Some easier keybinds for Tmux are enabled by mapping keycombos to hex sequences in Alacritty.

  • Cmd-<arrow>: switch to pane in that direction
  • Ctrl-Cmd-<arrow>: switch window in that direction (left and right only)
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