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urxvt256c-ml-tabbed: tabbed interface to urxvt


tabbed - tabbed interface to urxvt


This transforms the terminal into a tabbar with additional terminals, that is, it implements what is commonly referred to as ``tabbed terminal''. The topmost line displays a ``[NEW]'' button, which, when clicked, will add a new tab, followed by one button per tab.

Clicking a button will activate that tab. Pressing Shift-Left and Shift-Right will switch to the tab left or right of the current one, while Shift-Down creates a new tab. Pressing Ctrl-Left and Ctrl-Right will renumber the current tab by moving it to the left or to the right.

The tabbar itself can be configured similarly to a normal terminal, but with a resource class of "URxvt.tabbed". In addition, it supports the following four resources (shown with defaults):

   URxvt.tabbed.tabbar-fg: <colour-index, default 3>
   URxvt.tabbed.tabbar-bg: <colour-index, default 0>
   URxvt.tabbed.tab-fg:    <colour-index, default 0>
   URxvt.tabbed.tab-bg:    <colour-index, default 1>

See COLOR AND GRAPHICS in the @@RXVT_NAME@@(1) manpage for valid indices.